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FLAGS TIME. This is my second flags of the day, but it is admittedly a more rousing performance. The game, however, is long past the price of admission. IU is leading by 32 and starting to lose focus and get a little sloppy. Entirely understandable, I suppose.
78-46 with 7:47 left.
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Looks like Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp have seen enough. They are no longer in their seats.
Elston about to check in. Sense is we've seen the last of Zeller tonight. Maybe Oladipo too.
Remy Abell makes such good offensive decisions with the ball in his hands. A big reason why he's been such a significant piece this season.
Fans streaming for the exits as we hit the under-4 timeout. IU leading 86-50. Ed is trying to leave, but Ken won't let him. It's awkward.
This one is over with a capital all of the letters in the word "over." Jarvis calls a timeout, no idea why, with 32.6 seconds left. IU up 88-52.
Raphael Smith draws a charge, which is the most exciting moment of this half. IU beats Florida Atlantic, 88-52.
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And we're done. IU wins 88-52. More coming. Happy holidays y'all. Stay warm.
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