[16 | 16] Michigan 77, Purdue 76 (OT)

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Feb. 26, 2014

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[16 | 16] Michigan 77, Purdue 76 (OT)
Mackey Arena | West Lafayette, Ind.
Postgame Notes

TEAM NOTES...
• Purdue dropped to 83-66 all-time against Michigan ... the Wolverines have won four games in a row in the series, including the last three at Mackey Arena ... the last three games at Mackey Arena have been decided by eight total points (2, 5 and 1).
• Purdue started its 13th different starting lineup tonight.
• Purdue played its third overtime game of the season, tied for the second most in a season in school history (1974 - 5) ... the six overtime periods are also the second most in a season (1974 - 7).
• Purdue played without two key players tonight in Sterling Carter (ACL) and Jay Simpson (unknown) ... both suffered their injuries against Nebraska.
• Purdue is now 0-6 this season against ranked opponents.
• Over the last seven games, Purdue has had a turnover margin of minus-20 (-2.86 per game) ... Purdue lost the turnover battle tonight, 11-7.
• Purdue went 17-of-18 (.944) from the free throw line, the best performance for the Boilers since going 13-of-13 (1.000) vs. Minnesota on Jan. 13, 2011.
• Purdue has outrebounded 16 of its last 18 opponents ... Purdue has outscored 12 straight opponents in second-chance points (13-7) ... Purdue fell to 9-4 when winning both the second-chance points and points off turnovers battles (13-11).
• Purdue placed five players in double figures for just the second time this season (Nov. 28 vs. [5] Oklahoma State) ... Purdue's bench totaled just two points, a season low ... Purdue lost for the first time this year when its bench outscored its opponents' bench (6-1).
• Purdue lost for the second time this year when NOT trailing at any point in regulation ... Purdue also led all of regulation against Northwestern.
• Purdue fell to 8-4 in games decided by six points or less.
• Purdue had two 20-point scorers for the first time this season.
• Purdue lost for the first time when leading by more than 15 points since Dec. 17, 2011 vs. Butler (led 46-31; lost 67-65) ... Purdue also gave up its second double-digit halftime lead of the season (Washington State; led 27-17; lost 69-54).

Matt Painter...
• 191-108 overall.
• 89-66 vs. Big Ten foes in the regular season.
• 123-27 at Mackey Arena.
• 157-28 when leading at halftime.
• 35-88 when opponent shoots a higher percentage.
• 129-34 when outrebounding opponents (10-9 this year).
• 118-22 when scoring 70 or more points (11-4 this year).
• 25-69 when allowing 70 or more points.
• 38-20 on Wednesdays (5-1 this year).

Terone Johnson...
• scored a season-high 22 points, the high total for a Purdue player this year; his 10th career 20-point game.
• connected on a career high-tying four three-pointers.
• moved into 25th place on the school's career scoring list (1,275 points).

Ronnie Johnson...
• tallied a season-high 21 points with seven assists and four rebounds.
• recorded his second career 20-point game (27 points last year vs. Santa Clara).

A.J. Hammons...
• his three blocks moved him into fourth place on the single-season blocked shots list with 81.

Rapheal Davis...
• recorded first career double-double (10 pts, 10 rebs).
• is averaging 9.5 points and 9.0 rebounds over the last two games.

Kendall Stephens...
• made a three-pointer in his sixth straight game.
• now has 58 three-pointers this season, eight shy of E'Twaun Moore's freshman record of 66 (2008).

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