Indiana closed out its Canadian preseason trip today with another convincing victory.
The Hoosiers defeated the University of Quebec at Montreal, 109-77.
IU closed the trip with a 4-1 record including three wins in a row in the last three days.
Both Williams and Blackmon Jr. hit 8-of-12 shots from the field.
As a team, the Hoosiers made 42-of-69 shots, 60.9 percent. IU hit 62.2 percent of its shots in the first half.
Freshman Robert Johnson had 17 points including all four of the 3-pointers he attempted.
Stanford Robinson was the sixth IU player in double figures scoring with 10.
Devin Davis had four points and 10 rebounds. As a team, the Hoosiers out-rebounded their opponent, 48-34.
IU led by nine after the first quarter but broke the game open in the second period when it had a 34-16 advantage to lead 58-31 at the half.
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