Jan. 5, 2014
Final Stats |
Minnesota 82, Purdue 79
Williams Arena (11,851) | Minneapolis, Minn.
Purdue (10-5, 0-2); Minnesota (12-3, 1-1)
Purdue's allowed 82 points, the second-most points allowed this year ... it also allowed just its second opponent (Oklahoma State) to shoot at least 50.0 percent from the field.
Minnesota snapped a three-game losing streak against the Boilermakers, dating back to Jan. 13, 2011.
Purdue is 4-5 under Matt Painter in its first game when flipping the calendar to the new year.
Purdue started the same lineup in back-to-back games for the first time since the Oklahoma State and Washington State games on Nov. 28-29, 2013.
Purdue fell to 6-5 when its bench outscores the opponents' bench ... Purdue outscored Minnesota's bench, 30-20.
Purdue fell to 77-4 under Matt Painter when winning both the rebounding and turnover battles in the same game ... Purdue won the rebounding battle by six and the turnover battle by five.
Purdue had assists on 15 of its 25 field goals ... it entered the game with assists on just 49.0 percent of its made field goals.
Purdue has outrebounded five straight opponents by a combined 34 rebounds ... Purdue is just 5-4 when outrebounding opponents this year.
Purdue lost for the first time this year (now 7-1) when shooting more free throws than its opponent.
Minnesota's 12 three-pointers were the second most by an opponent this year ... Northern Kentucky had 13 in the season opener.
Purdue had 21 offensive rebounds, resulting in a season-high 28 second-chance points ... the 21 offensive rebounds were the most since having 24 against Northwestern on Feb. 2, 2013.
Purdue's forwards and centers accounted for 23 points and 13 rebounds ... Purdue's guards accounted for 56 points and 19 rebounds.
Purdue fell to 6-3 in games decided by single digits this year and 2-1 in games decided by three or fewer points.
Purdue is now 8-1 this year when turning the ball over fewer times than its opponent ... the eight turnovers were a season low and the Boilermakers had just two turnovers in the second half.
Purdue lost for the first time this year (now 4-1) on Sundays.
186-100 overall at Purdue.
90-65 against Big Ten foes.
25-69 when trailing at halftime.
34-81 when opponents shoot a higher percentage from the floor.
13-46 when opponents shoot 48.0 percent or higher.
124-29 when outrebounding opponents.
129-20 when attempting more free throws than its opponent.
115-20 when scoring at least 70 points.
1-26 when allowing 80 or more points.
recorded 13th double-figure scoring effort of the season (8-5); 56th of career (36-20).
has made a three-pointer in 10 straight games.
is 19-of-39 (.487) from three-point range in last 10 games.
his four three-pointers made tied a career high (vs. Northwestern; 2-24-13).
the four three-pointers were the most by a Purdue player this year.
his 7 assists were the most assists against no turnovers in his career (previous best was 4 vs. Iowa on 1-27-13).
fifth career game (49 games) with no turnovers.
recorded 12th double-figure game of season (8-4) and 33rd of career (18-15).
now needs two assists for 200 in his career.
has now scored at least seven points in each of his last seven games.
led team in rebounding for first time in career.
moved into sixth place all alone on the Purdue freshman three-pointers made list (28).
tallied 10 points, the most for him since Nov. 17, 2013 vs. Rider (13 points).
recorded a season-high four rebounds.
now has 827 points in 80 career games, with 187 career three-pointers.
over last seven games, is 11-of-24 (.458) from three-point range.
saw a streak of 19 straight games with a blocked shot end (Feb. 27, 2013 at Iowa).