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BLOOMINGTON -- Jordan Hulls hit all five of his shots in the first half, helping No. 1 Indiana to a 50-19 halftime lead against Ball State on Sunday at Assembly Hall.

Hulls has 12 points for the Hoosiers. Will Sheehey has 11 points and Cody Zeller has 10.

The Hoosiers started slowly and led 10-8 with 14 minutes to go in the half. Indiana outscored the Cardinals 40-11 the rest of the way.

Ball State shot just 20 percent from the floor (5 of 25). IU shot 64.7 percent (22 of 34).

Majok Majok has nine points to lead Ball State.