Top of the Line: Indiana Shows Who's Boss

Mike Fender/Indianapolis Star

There were questions: Were they that good? Were the Indiana Hoosiers an unquestioned No. 1 team after scuffling against Georgia and going to overtime against Georgetown?

Asked and answered.

Emphatically, yes.

They’re that good, and have a chance to be great.

If there were any questions about IU’s worthiness as the nation’s top-ranked team – Duke is making a lot of noise lately – those questions were loudly silenced Tuesday night at a manic Assembly Hall.

IU 83, North Carolina 59.

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