Indiana's win against Northwestern on Saturday didn't look much different than their other recent Assembly Hall wins. Once again, the Hoosiers beat their opponent with ease. Once again, they put on a three-point clinic, shooting 46.4 percent from behind the arc.
Newsflash: this team is dangerous from behind that three-point line.
Stopping Indiana's high-powered offense fueled by their three-point shooting has become increasingly difficult for opponents this season, especially when that three-point wealth is shared by nearly every Hoosier on the court. Following a record 19 threes made by nine different players against Illinois, Indiana was again rolling from behind the arc on Saturday, with seven different Hoosiers contributing to a total 13 threes.
Watch how these three-point flurries are propelling Indiana's win streak in the embedded media player below: