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Indiana breezes past Kennesaw State 90-66

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By CHRISS GOFF
Associated Press

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - Yogi Ferrell had 25 points while Noah Vonleh added 14 points and nine rebounds as Indiana easily defeated Kennesaw State 90-66 on Sunday afternoon.

The Hoosiers (10-3), who open Big Ten play on New Year's Eve at Illinois, shot a season-best 62.7 percent in their nonconference finale. Ferrell chipped in six assists and five rebounds while shooting 8 for 12. Will Sheehey scored 15 points to help secure Indiana's third straight season with at least 10 non-league victories.

Orlando Coleman had 18 points and nine rebounds for the Owls (3-10). Kennesaw State was outrebounded 41-29 and committed 18 turnovers in its fifth straight loss.

Indiana, outside the national rankings after spending much of last season at No. 1, won for the second time in three days. The Hoosiers extended their nonconference home winning streak to 38. They scored a season-high 58 points in the paint and were never challenged.

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