Feb. 15, 2014
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Purdue 82, Indiana 64
West Lafayette, Ind. | Mackey Arena (14,846)
Purdue snapped a four-game losing streak to Indiana with its 82-64 victory ... Purdue improved to 113-88 all-time against Indiana, including 29-13 at Mackey Arena ... Purdue's 113 wins are the second-most against any one opponent and Purdue is the lone Big Ten school to own a winning record against Indiana.
Purdue's 18-point win was the largest in the series since a 74-55 win over the Hoosiers on March 3, 2010 ... the 18-point win was the largest for the Boilers since a 29-point win over UMES on Dec. 17, 2013 ... Purdue held a double-digit lead in a contest for the first time since that UMES contest.
Purdue's 82 points were its most since scoring 88 against Boston College on December 4, a span of 16 games ... the 82 points were the most against Indiana since scoring 83 against the Hoosiers on Jan. 22, 2000, a span of 25 games.
Spanning halftime, Purdue used an 18-1 run to blow the game open.
Purdue has outrebounded 14 of its last 15 opponents ... Indiana entered the game as the Big Ten leader in rebound margin, but Purdue outrebounded the Hoosiers, 39-35.
Purdue's 10 three-pointers tied a season high and were its most in a Big Ten game since making 11 against Northwestern on Feb. 12, 2012 ... it was the most three-pointers against Indiana during the Matt Painter era ... Purdue's 55.6 percent from three-point range was a season high.
Purdue won its 15th straight game when shooting 48.0 percent or better from the field.
Indiana's 32.2 percent field goal percentage was the lowest for a Purdue opponent this season ... previous low was Eastern Michigan (.328).
Purdue scored over 30 points in the first half for the first time since scoring 35 against Penn State on Jan. 18, a span of seven games.
Purdue scored over 40 points in a half (2nd half - 47) for the first time since the second half of the Minnesota game on Jan. 5 (a span of 20 halves).
Purdue improved to 12-1 when shooting a higher field goal percentage than its opponent.
Purdue has now held 19 of a possible 24 opponents under their pregame scoring average.
Purdue is now 12-2 at home, having won at least 12 games at Mackey Arena in each of the last eight seasons.
89-63 vs. Big Ten foes in the regular season.
123-25 at Mackey Arena.
56-20 at Mackey Arena against Big Ten foes.
157-27 when leading at halftime.
156-20 when shooting a higher field goal percentage than its opponent.
133-21 when shooting more free throws (11-2 this year).
76-7 when shooting 48.0 percent or better from the field.
27-6 when making 10 or more three-pointers.
47-6 when scoring 80 or more points.
166-39 when holding foes to 69 points or less.
scored a season-high 19 points, most for him since scoring 20 against Jackson State on Dec. 17, 2012.
his five three-pointers were a season high and the most for a Navy player this season.
over the last four games, all starts, Carter is averaging 9.5 points per game (7-of-15 from 3-point range).
Carter now needs just four three-pointers for 200 in his career.
had 19 points in just 18 minutes of action.
played in his 127th career game, tied for the 15th-most appearances in school history.
moved into 19th place (past Brian Cardinal) on Purdue's career assists list, now with 279.
tallied 16 points, including 8-of-8 from the free throw line.
made his 51st three-pointer of the season, now just two behind Chris Lutz (2006) for second on the Purdue freshman single-season list.
blocked a career-high three shots.