In the days leading up to North Carolina’s trip to Bloomington to face No. 1 Indiana in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, Roy Williams talked about the variety of offensive weapons on the IU roster.
Specifically, Williams mentioned that the Hoosiers possess too many scoring threats to warrant putting more than one guy on Cody Zeller with any regularity.
On Tuesday night, those words rang true as the Hoosiers (7-0) had four guys in double figures and showed their incredible balance in an 83-59 rout of the Tar Heels.
“The thing I like about them is, they really are a team,” Williams said after watching his team trail by as many as 32 points. “They don’t have one guy that beats you up. They beat you in so many different ways.”
While Zeller was brilliant and looked more than capable of charging to the top of the heap in the national player of the year race, the contributions of Jordan Hulls, Victor Oladipo and Will Sheehey were equally important.
Hulls finished with 13 points, eight assists, s...