Purdue 82, Indiana 64

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Feb. 15, 2014

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Purdue 82, Indiana 64
West Lafayette, Ind. | Mackey Arena (14,846)
Postgame Notes

TEAM NOTES...
• 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.

Matt Painter...
• 191-105 overall.
• 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.

Sterling Carter...
• 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.

Terone Johnson...
• 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.

Ronnie Johnson...
• tallied 16 points, including 8-of-8 from the free throw line.

Kendall Stephens...
• 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.

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