Cammeron Woodyard scored 17 points and Tim Frazier had 12 points and 9 assists to lead Penn State to a 54-52 upset win over No. 25 Illinois in a nationally televised battle from the Bryce Jordan Center in Happy Valley on Thursday night.
Penn State played from the start like they had something to prove: at 9-10 and 1-5 in Big Ten play, they were looking to end their losing skid at three games.
Despite a barrage of 16 3-pointers and 67 percent shooting from the arc by No. 12 Indiana, Penn State fought valiantly and closed within two three times in the final minute before falling, 88-82, in front of a buzzing crowd at the Bryce Jordan Center Sunday.
The Hoosiers hit seven threes in a row in the first half and got 28 points on 7-of-9 from three from Jordan Hulls and 22 on 5-of-6 from three from Matt Roth to come within one trey of tying the Big
Billy Oliver scored 21 points on seven 3-pointers and Penn State stunned Purdue 65-45, holding the Boilermakers to an ice cold 31.9 percent shooting. Matt Glover collected 11 rebounds for the Nittany Lions.
Dominating from start to finish, the Penn State men's basketball team (9-7, 1-2 Big Ten) earned a 65-45 victory against Purdue (12-4, 2-1 Big Ten) Thursday night at the Bryce Jordan Center.
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