Nov. 4, 2013
Purdue 91, Wayne State (Neb.) 58
Mackey Arena (11,911) | Nov. 4, 2013
... 58-7 (.892) all-time in exhibition games.
... 43-3 (.935) since 1991-92 in exhibition games.
... 21-0 (1.000) vs. college teams in exhibition games.
... 18-0 (1.000) under Painter in exhibition games.
... won 23 straight exhibition games.
... 1-0 (1.000) vs. Wayne State (Neb.) in exhibition games.
... 1-0 (1.000) under Matt Painter vs. Wayne State (Neb.) in exhibition games.
... 2-0 (1.000) vs. Northern Sun Conference teams in exhibition games.
... defeated NSIC teams by a combined 53 points in two exhibition games.
... won by at least six points in each of Matt Painter's 18 exhibition games, and by double-figures in 15 of the 18 wins.
... the average margin of victory in Painter's 18 exhibition wins is 24.1 ppg.
Purdue Team Facts...
Purdue's 33-point victory margin was the third largest of the Matt Painter era behind a 41-point victory (109-68) last season over Newberry and a 34-point win (78-44) over Indiana (Pa.) in the 2009-10 season.
Purdue's 91 points are the fifth most (in 18 games) in an exhibition game during the Matt Painter era.
Purdue's 19 steals against Wayne State (Neb.) are the most for the Boilermakers in the Matt Painter era and would be just two shy of the school-record 21 steals set against Northern Colorado on Dec. 4, 1978.
The Boilermakers dominated all the specialty stats:
-- Points in Paint: Purdue 60, Wayne State 20
-- Off Turnovers: Purdue 41, Wayne State 10
-- Second-Chance: Purdue 10, Wayne State 8
-- Fast-Break: Purdue 22, Wayne State 6
-- Bench: Purdue 40, Wayne State 18
Purdue's freshmen accounted for 34 points (14-of-25 FGs) and 13 rebounds.
Errick Peck went 7-of-8 from the field, making his first seven field goal attempts. Peck owns the school record at Cornell for most field goals in a game without a miss (8) against Penn on Feb. 2, 2013.
No Boilermaker played more than 21 minutes (Scott) and 10 Purdue players played at least 10 minutes. The Boilermaker bench went 17-of-34 from the field for 40 points.
Kendall Stephens went 3-of-5 from three-point range. The rest of the team went just 2-of-10 from long distance.
For the two exhibition games, Stephens went 6-of-12 (.500) from three-point range. The rest of the team went just 5-of-27 (.185).
Twelve of Purdue's 15 players scored in the contest.