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January 2, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
JaJuan Johnson had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 4 Purdue beat No. 6 West Virginia, 77-62, in West Lafayette, Ind., yesterday in a matchup of unbeaten teams. Robbie Hummel scored 18 points and E'Twaun Moore 15 for the Boilermakers. Purdue (13-0) completed its nonconference scheduled and is one of five unbeaten teams in the nation. Texas Tech 76, McNeese State 75 - Mike Singletary made two free throws with 18.4 seconds left and finished with 27 points, helping No. 20 Texas Tech rally for a victory over McNeese State in Lubbock, Texas.
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January 2, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
JaJuan Johnson had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 4 Purdue beat No. 6 West Virginia, 77-62, yesterday in a matchup of unbeatens. Robbie Hummel scored 18 points and E'Twaun Moore added 15 for the host Boilermakers, whose largest lead was 26 points. Purdue (13-0) completed its nonconference schedule and is one of five unbeaten teams in the nation. The Mountaineers (11-1) were bidding for their first 12-0 start since the 1957-58 season. Da'Sean Butler had 17 points for West Virginia and Devin Ebanks added 11. In other games: At New Mexico, Dairese Gary's 18 poined led the No. 19 Lobos (14-1)
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January 6, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Trey Thompkins scored 20 points, Ricky McPhee hit two key baskets near the end and host Georgia pulled off its first big win for new coach Mark Fox, knocking off No. 20 Georgia Tech, 73-66, last night. Georgia, which had lost at home to Wofford and was coming off a 28-point blowout at Missouri last weekend, defeated a team with one of the most touted freshman classes in the country. It was a loss sure to turn up the heat on Yellow Jackets coach Paul Hewitt, who looked up at the scoreboard in disbelief as the Bulldogs (8-5)
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December 10, 2008 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Robbie Hummel scored 15 points as No. 14 Purdue defeated Ball State, 68-39, last night in Muncie, Ind. Hummel, the preseason Big Ten player of the year, sat out Saturday's win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff due to back spasms. He came back with a strong effort that included nine rebounds and three assists. JaJuan Johnson scored 12 points for the Boilermakers. Davidson 68, West Virginia 65 - Five good minutes from Stephen Curry were enough to get the No. 23 Wildcats (7-1) a victory over the Mountaineers (6-2)
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November 18, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Craig Austrie and freshman Kemba Walker scored 21 points each and No. 2 Connecticut ran away from host Hartford, 99-56, last night, the Huskies' 63rd consecutive win against an instate opponent. Walker, who started in place of injured A.J. Price (ankle), had five rebounds, while Jerome Dyson added 18 points and Jeff Adrien had 12 points and 15 rebounds. Morgan Sabia, who fouled out with 7 minutes left, had 15 points for Hartford (0-2), while Joe Zeglinski added 11. The Huskies (2-0)
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December 30, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
E'Twaun Moore scored 21 points, 15 in the second half, and No. 4 Purdue overcame a sluggish start to beat Iowa, 67-56, last night in Iowa City for its best start in 16 seasons. Robbie Hummel added 16 points and eight rebounds against the Hawkeyes (5-8, 0-1 Big Ten) for the Boilermakers (12-0, 1-0), who have opened with 12 straight wins for the second time. Syracuse 80, Seton Hall 73 - Wesley Johnson had 20 points and led a 15-point second-half run that rallied the No. 5 Orange (13-0, 1-0 Big East)
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March 16, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Duke is back in a familiar position: champion of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The No. 9 Blue Devils swamped upstart Florida State in Atlanta with a barrage of three-pointers on the way to a 79-69 victory in the title game yesterday, giving Duke its ninth ACC crown in 12 years. Jon Scheyer scored 29 points, Gerald Henderson had 27, and the Blue Devils (28-6) turned in one of their most complete performances of the season to keep their Tobacco Road heirloom from heading down to the Sunshine State.
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February 27, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
DeShawn Sims scored a career-high 29 points and Manny Harris had 27 points and eight rebounds to lead Michigan to an 87-78 victory over No. 16 Purdue in Ann Arbor, Mich., last night. The Wolverines (18-11, 8-8 Big Ten) improved to 3-4 against ranked opponents and added an important victory to the ones it had over Duke and UCLA, when both teams were ranked fourth in the nation. Michigan is trying for its first NCAA tournament bid in more than a decade. Robbie Hummel scored 24 points for the Boilermakers (21-7, 10-5)
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January 29, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
E'Twaun Moore scored 20 points and No. 10 Purdue held off No. 16 Wisconsin, 60-57, last night in West Lafayette, Ind. JaJuan Johnson added 14 points and Robbie Hummel had 12 points, 13 rebounds and five assists for the Boilermakers. Philadelphia U 65, Wilmington 60 - Malcolm Ingram scored 20 points to give coach Herb Magee the 895th win of his career. The overall NCAA record is 903 by Dobby Knight. Elsewhere: Brandon Sharp had 13 points to lead Gwynedd-Mercy to an 83-59 win over host Rosemont, which got 19 from Abraham Bah. . . . Adewale Adefemi had 17 points to lead the University of the Sciences past the visiting University of the District of Columbia, 58-54.
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February 26, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Nolan Smith had 18 points, Kyle Singler added 17 and No. 5 Duke pulled away to beat visiting Tulsa, 70-52, last night. Jon Scheyer finished with 15 points for the Blue Devils (24-4). They used an big run early in the second half to break open a surprisingly tight game and extend their decadelong nonconference winning streak at Cameron Indoor Stadium to 77. Jerome Jordan had 12 points to lead the Golden Hurricane (19-9). In losing their fourth straight, they finished with a season-low point total and were denied the first victory against a top-five team since 1996.
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November 5, 2012 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - It was a simple running play, the same kind Penn State defensive tackle Jordan Hill has chased down hundreds of times before. But when the 6-foot-1, 292-pound senior and all-Big Ten candidate didn't get up after the second-quarter play, a half-full Ross-Ade Stadium felt that all the air had been removed from the visitors' sideline. Hill, who could barely put any weight on his left leg as he was helped off, was thought to have sprained his left knee. An MRI is pending, but his teammates were encouraged when talking to Hill, who returned to the sideline in the second half after his initial examination.
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January 8, 2011 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
1. The beast (so far) It's easy to see why the Big East is the nation's best conference by a significant margin. In Friday's listings on CollegeRPI.com, the conference boasts five teams in the top 10, headed by No. 1 Georgetown, and three more in the next 11, including 21st-ranked Villanova. In nonconference play, the league went 153-39 (.797 percentage) and 9-9 against top 25 opponents. Of course, with intraleague play under way, prepare to hear coaches lament about getting beat up by other Big East teams night after night.
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March 20, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Purdue played the us-against-the-world game to open the NCAA Tournament. Us won. "You got the president picking against you, so it's a different thing," Boilermakers senior Keaton Grant said of the national chorus - including President Obama - who expected 13th-seeded Siena to beat the Boilermakers because Robbie Hummel is out. "We were very aware, and just used it as motivation. " Grant, who became a starter after the do-it-all Hummel blew out his knee 3 weeks ago, ignited a decisive, 20-3 run with 11 points to begin the second half.
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March 1, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Raymar Morgan had 16 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 14 Michigan State win at No. 3 Purdue 53-44 yesterday, snapping the Boilermakers' 10-game win streak. Draymond Green added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans (22-7, 12-4 Big Ten), while JaJuan Johnson and Chris Kramer scored 11 for Purdue in its first game since losing versatile forward Robbie Hummel to a torn the ACL in his right knee. "As soon as Rob went down, our backs went up against the wall," Kramer said.
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March 1, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Raymar Morgan had 16 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 14 Michigan State beat No. 3 Purdue yesterday, 53-44, and snap the Boilermakers' 10-game win streak in West Lafayette, Ind. Draymond Green added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans (22-7, 12-4 Big Ten), who avenged a 76-64 loss to the Boilermakers on Feb. 9 in East Lansing, Mich. E'Twaun Moore scored 12 points, and JaJuan Johnson and Chris Kramer scored 11 for Purdue in its first game since losing versatile forward Robbie Hummel.
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February 26, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Nolan Smith had 18 points, Kyle Singler added 17 and No. 5 Duke pulled away to beat visiting Tulsa, 70-52, last night. Jon Scheyer finished with 15 points for the Blue Devils (24-4). They used an big run early in the second half to break open a surprisingly tight game and extend their decadelong nonconference winning streak at Cameron Indoor Stadium to 77. Jerome Jordan had 12 points to lead the Golden Hurricane (19-9). In losing their fourth straight, they finished with a season-low point total and were denied the first victory against a top-five team since 1996.
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February 25, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Christian Laettner won two national titles, an Olympic gold medal, and played 12 NBA seasons. To this day, all anyone wants to talk about is "The Shot": March 28, 1992, NCAA East Regional final at the Spectrum. Laettner catches a long inbounds pass with the clock nearly expired, turns and shoots, and sends Duke to a win over Kentucky and on to a national championship. "People always approach me and ask about that game, every day of the year, especially when it comes tournament time," said Laettner, who won titles with Duke in 1991 and '92. "It's crazy, but I don't mind it. It's better than 'How's the weather up there?
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February 25, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Tim Abromaitis scored 17 points, Ben Hansbrough had 15 points and nine rebounds, and Notre Dame made 10 three-pointers to beat No. 12 Pittsburgh, 68-53, in South Bend, Ind., last night, ending a five-game winning streak for the Panthers. The Fighting Irish (18-10, 7-8 Big East), playing a third straight game without Luke Harangody, the nation's No. 2 scorer at 24.1 points a game, because of a bone bruise on his right knee, buried the Panthers (21-7, 10-5) from the outside. The Irish were 10 of 18 from three-point range, making 56 percent of their shots behind the arc. The Panthers hadn't given up more than nine three-pointers in a game this season.
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February 5, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Robbie Hummel and JaJuan Johnson each scored 21 points, and No. 8 Purdue held off in-state rival Indiana, 78-75, last night. The Boilermakers won in Bloomington, Ind., for the first time since 1999 to snap an eight-game road skid against the Hoosiers. E'Twaun Moore added 14 points for Purdue (19-3, 7-3 Big Ten), which won its fifth straight heading into a showdown at conference leader Michigan State on Tuesday. Indiana's Verdell Jones III, who led the Hoosiers with 22 points, missed a long three-pointer at the buzzer that could have forced overtime.
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February 5, 2010 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kyle Singler had career highs of 30 points and eight three-pointers to lead No. 10 Duke past No. 21 Georgia Tech, 86-67, last night in Durham, N.C. Jon Scheyer added 21 points for the Blue Devils (18-4, 6-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who were strong inside and outside - hitting nearly 67 percent of their threes and dominating Georgia Tech's foul-plagued front line. Duke held a 40-32 rebounding edge and remained atop the ACC by claiming an easy win in a matchup of the league's only two ranked teams.
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