Here's Indiana guard Jordan Hulls on today's opponent, New Mexico State:
"The biggest thing is keep them off the free-throw line and really box them out," Hulls said Wednesday. "They get to the line all the time, I think they lead the country in that stat. That's going to be huge for us."
New Mexico State is averaging 29.9 free throw attempts per game.
"They are very talented," Indiana freshman forward Cody Zeller said. "They get a lot of offensive rebounds. They get to the free-throw line a lot. They are definitely an aggressive team. We've got our work cut out for us."