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PSU down 16-11 early on. Gophers hitting at an incredible 85% clip early on, going 6-7 on field goals including 2-2 from 3.
11:50 left in first half.....
20-15 Minny leads.
24-21 Minny with 7:54 left in 1st.
Jeez.....Waldner just blew a wide open layup.
33-26 Minnesota with 3:35 left in first. Minnesota is only 5-9 in Big Ten, but seems to match up with PSU well. PSU only won by 5 earlier in the year at home.
Nikki Greene has only played 4 minutes in first half due to 2 early fouls.
37-34 Minny with 1:24 left in first half.
Penn State cuts the Minny lead to 1, 37-36, going into halftime.
Some halftime comments.....
Minnesota hit 68.4% of their FG's in first half, going 13-19. Penn State took 15 more shots (34) and hit 15 of them (44%).
Minnesota had 14 turnovers in first half, many of them due to steals by PSU.
Lucas has 13 and Bentley has 10. Only 2 other PSU players have scored.....Dara Taylor has 7 and Mia Nickson has 6.
PSU has trailed the entire game.
Lucas with 4 point play to open 2nd half!
Minny comes right back with their own 4 point play.
Refs going nuts.... Have called 9 fouls in 2 minutes and 9 seconds.
43-42 Minny with 17:27 left.
15:56 left in game.....
Minny up by 5, 49-44.
Lucas has 21 of the team's 44 points.
Minny hitting 72% of shots.....unreal.
56-50 Minny with 12:40 left.
Penn State in the double bonus, but bricking a lot of their free throws.
Haha Charleston, you got a heck of a thread going here brother. Lets hope this foul trouble catches up with Minne, but they aren't missing.
60-52 Gophers with 11 minutes and change left. PSU giving up way too many layup type baskets now.
Game starting to get away.......65-56 Minny with 8:57 left. Noga for Gophers is 5-5 from 3. I think Lucas has only hit 1 three pointer.
Noga 6-6 from 3....ugh.
This post was edited by CharlestonLion on 2/28/2013 at 10:00 PM
Don't understand our defensive scheme.....
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