Hoosiers Come Home
January 3, 2002Hoosiers Come Home for Big Ten Play
The road has been where the Hoosiers have spent much of the 2001-2002 season. After playing away from home in 10 of their 12 non-conference games, and opening conference play at Northwestern, Indiana (8-5, 1-0) finally comes back home, a place the Hoosiers have not been since December 8, when Penn State (4-8, 0-1) comes to Assembly Hall on Saturday, January 5 for an 8 p.m. tip-off.
The game will be broadcast live on ESPN-Plus with John Rooney and John Laskowski. ESPN-Plus is part of the Direct TV Full Court Package and also includes the following networks for the Penn State game; WYIN (Chicago-PBS), WTTV (Indianapolis-WB), WFTE (Louisville-UPN), MVC (Dayton-UPN), WHME (South Bend/Elkhart-Ind), WAZE (Evansville-WB), WKJG (Fort Wayne-NBC), CNB (Philadelphia-RSN), WSWB (Wilkes Barre-Scranton-WB), WPSX (Johnstown/Altoona-PBS) and WBPN (Binghamton-UPN).
The game will also be heard throughout the IU Radio Network with Don Fischer, Todd Leary and Joe Smith.
The Big Ten
Current Standings W-L Road Wins Home Left Road Left
1. Indiana 1-0 1 8 7
Illinois 1-0 0 7 8
Ohio State 1-0 1 8 7
Iowa 1-0 0 7 8
Michigan 1-0 1 8 7
6. Michigan St. 0-0 0 8 8
7. Northwestern 0-1 0 7 8
Minnesota 0-1 0 8 7
Purdue 0-1 0 7 8
Wisconsin 0-1 0 8 7
Penn State 0-1 0 7 8
Saturday, January 5 (all times est)
Penn State at Indiana 8:00 p.m.
Purdue at Michigan 12:17 p.m.
Michigan State at Minnesota 4:37 p.m.
Iowa at Ohio State 8:00 p.m.
Illinois at Wisconsin 2:31 p.m.
At the Hall in Big Ten Play
Indiana owns an impressive 219-41 (.842) in Big Ten play at Assembly Hall. They have not lost to a single team more than nine times.
Inside the Series
Indiana owns a 17-1 all-time mark against Penn State and a 9-0 mark in Assembly Hall. Penn State's last win came on November 26, 1978 (86-65) as the Hoosiers have won the last nine meetings.
Odle Provides Big Lift
Senior Jarrad Odle made a statement to kick off his final Big Ten season as he helped lead the Hoosiers to a 59-44 win at Northwestern. Odle netted a career-high 16 points and added a career-best 15 rebounds.
On the season Odle is averaging seven points per game, nearly four points more than his career average heading into this year. He scored a total of 10 points in Big Ten play as a freshman, 35 as a sophomore and 24 as a junior. Overall this year Odle has netted 77 points matching his sophomore year total, already surpassing his freshman year mark and within nine points of his career-high mark of 86 which he posted last season.
Who Shines Against the Nittany Lions
A number of Hoosiers have fared well against Penn State in the past. Last year Jared Jeffries scored 15 points and pulled down an IU freshman record 17 rebounds.
A.J. Moye's top career Big Ten game came against the Nittany Lions last year when he scored nine points and pulled down eight rebounds.
Tom Coverdale has had the shooting touch against Penn State hitting 10-of-17 from the floor to average 13 points per game.
Record Setting Defense off to Good Start
Indiana set a Big Ten record last year when it held its opponents to .382 from the floor. The Hoosiers got off to a good start against Northwestern holding the Wildcats to .340 from the floor and to just 44 points. The 44 points allowed was the lowest amount surrendered in Big Ten play by an Indiana team since 1992.
Sullivan Arena in Alaska Could Be Homecourt
The Hoosiers traveled over 8,500 miles and played six road games before getting the chance to play in Assembly Hall for the first time. They played at home twice between December 4 and December 8 and have since been away from the Hall four more times.
The last time an Indiana team played just two games at Assembly Hall prior to January was 1958-59 when five of its first seven games were on the road. This year 10 of the team's first 13 games are away from home.
The Hoosiers have played one more game in Alaska than they have at Assembly Hall, one more in the city of Indianapolis than in Bloomington and just as many in the state of North Carolina.
Nation's Second Toughest Schedule
Indiana's strength of schedule ranks second in the country according to the latest Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) report. Only Arizona has a schedule that ranks higher.
The Hoosiers have faced five undefeated teams this season and two more had just one loss when they met Indiana. The combined record of eight (listed below) of 13 of Indiana's opponents was 48-4 when they played the Hoosiers.
Notre Dame 7-0
Ball State 5-1
Southern Illinois 5-1
Ranked 2nd Among Big Ten Schools in RPI
Indiana's current RPI ranking is 9th in the country, which ranks second among Big Ten schools. Illinois is tops in the conference with an RPI ranking of second. Arizona tops the RPI followed by the Illini, Duke, Kansas and Kentucky.
Hornsby Likes Long Distance
Twenty-one of 28 (.750) of Kyle Hornsby's baskets this season have come from behind the three-point line. A total of 76 percent of all of the shots that he has taken have been from three-point range.
Hornsby has hit 11-of-20 (.550) from the field and 10-of-17 (.588) from three-point range in his last three games. Prior to the recent strong shooting he was hitting 30.9 percent from the floor and 27.5 percent from three-point range.
He played 84 minutes (28 per game) in those games after averaging 19 minutes per game prior.
Inside the Hoosiers' Three-Point Shooting
The loss to Butler marked the first time that Indiana had shot the ball well from behind the arc and lost. In their eight wins this year Indiana has made 71-of-157 (45.2 percent) three-pointers, an average of 8.8 treys per game. In their five losses IU has hit 21-of-86 (24.4 percent) three-pointers, an average of four per game.
Three-Point Shooting in Wins
Alaska-Anchorage 16-24 School record for threes in a game
Texas 11-21 Sixth most threes in IU history
North Carolina 9-26 Nine first half threes
Notre Dame 7-17
Ball State 6-20
Eastern Washington 10-16
Northwestern 7-19 5-9 in the second half
Three-Point Shooting in Losses
Southern Illinois 4-18
Butler 9-16 Seven first half threes
Fife Having an Offensive Breakout Year
Dane Fife is averaging 9.2 points per game this year, 4.8 points more than his career average heading into this, his senior season. He has twice hit the 20-point plateau, including a career-high 23 points two games ago against Eastern Washington.
He netted 12 points against Butler for his second straight double-digit scoring game and his fifth of the season in 12 games. Coming into this year he had netted 10+ points just 10 times in 94 games.
Fife has scored 120 points this year, already more than he scored his entire freshman season and his entire sophomore campaign. His career-best for points in a season is 173 which he netted last year.
75 Points Means Victory
Indiana has won its last 19 games dating back to the 1999-2000 season when it scores 75+ points. Over that same time span the Hoosiers are 12-22 when scoring less than 75 points.
Jeffries Among Nation's Top Players
Jared Jeffries, a Big Ten Player of the Year candidate, has been listed as one of the top 30 candidates for national player of the year honors. The Wooden Award released its midseason list of the country's top 30 players and Jeffries was on that list.
He leads the Hoosiers in scoring and rebounding with 16.2 points per game and 7.0 boards per game. He also tops the squad with 26 steals.
JJ Shooting Well
Jared Jeffries has shot the ball well in his last two games as he had connected on 22-of-39 (.564) from the field scoring 58 points (19.3 per game).
The Difference Between Winning and Losing
Stat In Wins In Losses
Field Goal Percentage .471 .356
3Pt Field Goal Percentage .458 .244
Points Per Game 77.2 55.6
Jeffries Points Per Game 19.3 11.2
Jeffries Field Goal Percentage .519 .328
Jeffries 3Pt Field Goal Percentage .565 .000
Fife's Points Per Game 10.8 6.8
Fife's Field Goal Percentage .500 .351
Fife's 3Pt Field Goal Percentage .594 .368
Comparing Home and Away/Neutral Games
Stat Home Away/Neutral
Record 2-0 6-5
Points Per Game 75.0 67.8
Field Goal Percentage .460 .423
Jeffries Points Per Game 25.0 14.5
Coverdale Points Per Game 15.0 10.3
Turnovers Per Game 10.0 15.2
Game Starters Points
Northwestern (W) Jeffries, Leach, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 39
Butler (L) Jeffries, Leach, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 54
E. Washington (W) Jeffries, Leach, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 62
Kentucky (L) Jeffries, Newton, Moye, Coverdale, Fife 27
Miami (L) Jeffries, Leach, Fife, Perry, Hornsby 26
Ball State (W) Jeffries, Leach, Fife, Perry, Hornsby 47
Notre Dame (W) Jeffries, Leach, Fife, Perry, Hornsby 54
So. Illinois (L) Jeffries, Leach, Moye, Coverdale, Fife 43
No. Carolina (W) Jeffries, Leach, Moye, Fife, Perry 46
Texas (W) Jeffries, Leach, Moye, Fife, Perry 59
Marquette (L) Jeffries, Newton, Hornsby, Coverdale, Fife 37
Alaska-Anch. (W) Jeffries, Newton, Hornsby, Coverdale, Fife 65
Charlotte (W) Jeffries, Newton, Hornsby, Coverdale, Fife 51
Coverdale Connecting from the Line
Tom Coverdale is shooting .923 from the free throw line this season as he has missed just three times in 39 attempts. The school record for free throw percentage in a season is .921 which was set by Steve Alford in 1984-85.
With the exception of a come from behind victory at Charlotte, Indiana's victories for the most part have come when the Hoosiers have gotten out to an early lead and held that lead for nearly the entire game.
Opponent Minutes Led Outcome
Northwestern 40:00 W
Butler 33:17 L
Eastern Washington 40:00 W
Kentucky 1:39 L
Miami 4:55 L
Ball State 38:38 W
Notre Dame 40:00 W
Southern Illinois 6:35 L
North Carolina 39:06 W
Texas 32:48 W
Marquette 34:34 L
Alaska-Anchorage 40:00 W
Charlotte 6:40 W
Three-Point Record Could Fall
Three times this season Indiana has connected for 10+ threes in a game including a school-record 16 against Alaska-Anchorage. They also netted 11 treys against Texas and 10 against Eastern Washington and hit nine in the first half against North Carolina.
On the season Indiana has hit seven threes per game. At this current pace the Hoosiers would drain 203 threes during this regular season. The school record of 197 which was set back in 1992-93.
Fife's Three-Point Turnaround
Dane Fife has connected on 9-of-11 (.818) three-pointers in the last three games. On the season he has hit a team-high 26 threes and is .510 from behind the arc this year. Heading into this season Fife had hit just 33 career three-pointers and connected on 27.3 percent from three in his first three years.
Scoring in the Last 5:00
Jared Jeffries leads the Hoosiers in scoring in the final 5:00 of games this season as he has 32 points during that window. Tom Coverdale is second with 26 points. A.J. Moye is third as 18 of his 84 (21.4 percent) of his points have come in the final 5:00.
Player Points Free Throws
Jeffries 32 15-20
Coverdale 26 13-15
Moye 18 11-16
Fife 10 2-4
Leach 9 1-2
Newton 8 4-4
Hornsby 7 0-0
Tapak 5 0-0
Perry 5 3-6
Odle 4 0-0
Johnson 3 0-0
Career Double Digit Scoring
Player No. of 10+ point games IU Record
Jeffries 40 27-13
Coverdale 28 20-8
Newton 21 15-6
Hornsby 16 12-4
Fife 16 10-5
Moye 5 3-2
Odle 3 2-1
Leach 1 0-1
Career Double Digit Rebounding
Player No. of 10+ rebound games IU Record
Jeffries 7 5-2
Newton 2 1-1
Hornsby 1 1-0
Leach 1 0-1
Moye 1 1-0
Odle 1 1-0
Indiana's bench has scored 275 points this season, an average of nearly 21.15 per game. The high came against Alaska-Anchorage when the bench scored 36 points.
Bench Scoring Total Leader
Northwestern 20 Odle, 16
Butler 10 Newton, 6
E. Washington 24 Moye, 7
Kentucky 25 Odle, 12
Miami 27 Coverdale, 16
Ball State 27 Coverdale, 19
Notre Dame 22 Coverdale, 11
Southern Illinois 17 Newton, 11
North Carolina 33 Coverdale, 17
Texas 18 Coverdale, 11
Marquette 12 Odle, 8
Alaska-Anchorage 36 Odle, 14
Charlotte 14 Leach. 8
Coverdale Among Top 20 in Assists
Tom Coverdale's 227 assists ranks18th on the IU all-time career assist list.
15. Lyndon Jones 306 1988-91
16. Greg Graham 304 1990-93
17. Neil Reed 285 1995-97
18. Tom Coverdale 231
Fife Stealing History
Dane Fife currently ranks fourth on IU's all-time career steals list with 147.
1. Steve Alford 178 1984-87
2. Greg Graham 151 1990-93
3. Alan Henderson 148 1992-9
4. Dane Fife 147
Swatting Away Records
IU is averaging 6.1 blocked shots per game this season. At this current pace the Hoosiers would swat away 179 shots this regular season. The all-time school mark of 178 blocks was set last year.
George Leach leads the block party with 37 of them.
Jeff Newton ranks second on the team in blocks and continues to climb the school's all-time list. His 25 blocks this season brings his career total to 130 which ranks sixth on the all-time list.
4. Ray Tolbert 152 1978-81
5. Eric Anderson 137 1989-92
6. Jeff Newton 130
First half scoring 442 34.0
First half margin +44 +2.6
First half shooting .439 165-376
Second half scoring 454 34.9
Second half margin +21 +2.7
Second half shooting .422 154-365
Most Points, half 1st: 44, E. Washington, Alaska
2nd: 57, Alaska-Anchorage
Fewest Points, half 1st: 20, Southern Illinois
2nd: 20, Kentucky
Most Pts. Allowed, half 1st: 36, Texas
2nd: 45, Notre Dame
Fewest Pts. Allowed,half 1st: 17, Marquette
2nd: 19, Northwestern
Best FG%, half 1st: .577, Eastern Washington
2nd: .595, Alaska-Anchorage
Worst FG%s, half 1st: .258, Southern Illinois
2nd: .258, Miami
Best Defensive FG%,half 1st: .276, Marquette
2nd: .281, Charlotte
Worst Defensive FG%,half 1st: .500, Kentucky
2nd: .636, Southern Illinois
Climbing the Points Scored List
Four current Hoosiers rank among IU's top 100 all-time scorers.
60. Lyndon Jones 688 1988-91
Landon Turner 688 1979-81
62. Jared Jeffries 670
75. Don Ritter 560 1971-73
76. Gary Long 548 1959-61
77. Peter Obremsky 546 1956-58
78. Dane Fife 535
79. William Gladness 534 1998-99
Todd Leary 534 1990, 1992-94
81. Hebert Lee 532 1959
82. William Menke 530 1939-41
83. Branch McCracken 523 1928-30
84. Tom Coverdale 516
84. Steve Risley 515 1978-81
85. Kenneth Gunning 512 1935-37
86. Ernest Andres 511 1937-39
88. Charles Hall 501 1960-62
89. Jeff Newton 484
Indiana's Record When
Category Home Away Overall
Scores 70 or more points 2-0 4-0 6-0
Scores 75 or more points 2-0 4-0 6-0
Scores 80 or more points 0-0 2-0 2-0
Holds opponent to under 70 1-0 5-3 6-3
Holds opponents to under 65 1-0 2-0 3-0
Holds opponents to under 60 0-0 0-2 0-2
Overtime 0-0 0-0 0-0
Outrebounding opponent 1-0 4-2 5-2
Winning the offensive boards 2-0 3-1 5-1
Leading at the half 2-0 5-2 7-2
Tied at the half 0-0 0-1 0-1
Trailing at the half 0-0 1-2 1-2
Leading/tied with under 5:00 left 2-0 5-1 7-1
Shooting 50% of better 0-0 2-0 2-0
Shooting 45% or better 2-0 2-1 4-1
Holding opponent under 40% 0-0 4-2 4-2
Holding opponent under 45% 1-0 6-3 7-3
Holding opponent under 50% 2-0 6-5 8-5
Committing less turnovers 2-0 4-2 6-2
Making five or more threes 1-0 5-1 6-1
Margin is less than three points 1-0 0-2 1-2
Margin is less than five points 1-0 1-2 2-2
Jared Jeffries scores 10+ 2-0 6-3 8-3
Jeff Newton scores 10+ 0-0 2-2 2-2
Tom Coverdale scores 10+ 2-0 4-3 7-3
Kyle Hornsby scores 10+ 0-0 2-1 2-1
Dane Fife scores 10+ 1-0 3-1 4-1
A.J. Moye scores 10+ 0-0 2-1 2-1
George Leach scores 10+ 0-0 0-1 0-1
Jarrad Odle scores 10+ 0-0 3-1 3-1
Jared Jeffries scores 20+ 2-0 2-0 4-0
Dane Fife scores 20+ 0-0 2-0 2-0
A.J. Moye scores 20+ 0-0 1-0 1-0
Tom Coverdale has 10+ assists 0-0 2-0 2-0
Jared Jeffries has 10+ rebounds 0-0 2-1 2-1
A.J. Moye has 10+ rebounds 0-0 1-0 1-0
Jarrad Odle has 10+ rebounds 0-0 1-0 1-0
Jared Jeffries has a double-double 0-0 2-1 2-1
Player Updated Bios
#3 - Tom Coverdale
- His hit 36-of-39 free throws.
- Opened Big Ten play with 13 points against Northwestern.
- Dished out 11 assists against Eastern Washington.
- Came off the bench to score a season-best 19 points against Ball State.
- Came off the bench to score 17 points, including three threes, to go along with five rebounds at North Carolina.
- Posted a career-high 12 assists against Alaska-Anchorage while adding seven rebounds.
- Led the Hoosiers in scoring with 18 and minutes with 35 in the season-opening victory at Charlotte (65-61).
- Indiana is 19-8 all-time when he scores in double digits.
- Has one career double-double (points-assists). IU is 1-0.
- Indiana is 4-0 all-time he dishes our 10+ assists.
- Indiana is 15-5 all-time when he dishes out 5+ assists.
Points 30 Notre Dame 15/5/00
Rebounds 9 Southern Illinois 12/2/00
Assists 12 Alaska-Anchorage 11/21/01
Steals 5 Michigan 2/11/01
#11 - Dane Fife
- Netted a career-high 23 points against Eastern Washington on 8-of-12 shooting, including 5-fo-6 from three-point range.
- Netted 20 points on 7-of-9 (6-of-8 from three) against Alaska-Anchorage.
- Scored 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting (4-of-5 from three) in just 17 minutes against Texas.
- Tied a career-high with five steals against Miami
- Earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors for his Alaska performance.
- Earned Ameritech Hoosier Classic All-Tournament honors.
- Indiana is 10-5 all-time when he scores in double digits.
- Indiana is 12-4 all-time when he has 5+ rebounds.
- Indiana is 14-2 all-time when he dishes out 5+ assists.
- Indiana is 14-5 all-time when he has 3+ steals.
Points 23 Eastern Washington 12/28/01
Rebounds 8 Missouri 12/7/99
Assists 8 Texas 11/24/00
Steals 5 four times 12/15/01
#32 - Kyle Hornsby
- Dished out a career-high seven assists against Northwestern and connected on three straight three pointers to score nine points.
- Had 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting, including 3-of-3 from three against Eastern Washington.
- Scored 12 points on 4-of-4 shooting from behind the arc against Butler.
- Scored 14 points against Alaska-Anchorage with four threes.
- Indiana is 12-4 all-time when he scores in double digits.
- Indiana is 4-1 all-time when he has 5+ rebounds.
Points 16 Ball State 12/9/00
Rebounds 12 Holy Cross 12/28/99
Assists 7 Northwestern 1/2/02
#1 - Jared Jeffries
- Led the Hoosiers in scoring with 17 points against Northwestern.
- Netted a career-high 28 points against Notre Dame on 10-of-18 shooting. Pulled down five rebounds in additon to his career best mark.
- Scored 23 points on 8-of-13 shooting against Eastern Washington.
- Scored 22 points against Ball State.
- Earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors for his back-to-back games against Notre Dame and Ball State.
- Had a career-high five steals against Miami.
- Had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds and tied a career-high with five assists against Alaska-Anchorage.
- Scored 22 points against Texas with a career-best four three-pointers.
- Recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds in 33 minutes of action in the season-opening victory at Charlotte (65-61).
- Named to the Ameritech Hoosier Classic All-Tournament team.
- Indiana is 26-13 all-time when he scores in double digits.
- Indiana is 4-1 all-time when he has 10+ rebounds.
- Indiana is 4-0 all-time when he scores 20+ points.
- Has six career double-doubles (points-rebounds). IU is 4-2.
Points 28 Notre Dame 12/4/01
Rebounds 17 Penn State 1/17/01
Assists 5 twice 11/21/01
Blocks 5 Minnesota 1/20/01
Steals 5 Miami 12/15/01
#5 - George Leach
- Suffered a sprained ankle on the opening jump against Northwestern.
- Had a career-high 10 points and career-best 10 rebounds and tied a career-high with seven blocks in a career-most 29 minutes against Miami.
- Made his first career start against Texas and blocked seven shots, the fourth most in IU history.
- Had four blocks and scored six of the team's first eight second half points at North Carolina.
- In the season-opening victory at Charlotte (his hometown) he scored eight points and tied career highs with seven rebounds and four blocks in career-best 18 minutes of action.
Points 10 Miami 12/15/01
Rebounds 10 Miami 12/15/01
Blocks 7 two times 12/15/01
#2 - A.J. Moye
- Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds against Eastern Washington, all 10 came in the second half.
- Netted 17 points at Southern Illinois.
- Had a career 20 points, including a career-best four threes, to go along with a team-high six rebounds in 33 minutes of action at North Carolina.
- Made his first career start against Texas and scored 10 points and dished out three assists in 32 minutes of action.
- Provided a lift off of the bench at Charlotte scoring four points in 17 minutes of action. Scored all four points during an 8-0 run when IU turned a five-point deficit into a three-point lead late in the game.
- Indiana is 3-2 all-time when scores in double digits.
Points 20 North Carolina 11/28/01
Rebounds 10 Eastern Washington 12/28/01
#50 - Jeff Newton
- Pulled down eight rebounds and had four blocks against Northwestern.
- Suffered a cracked right cheek bone against Texas but came back to play four days later at UNC to score nine points and blocked four shots.
- Scored 12 points shooting 4-of-8 from the floor and pulled down seven rebounds in the season-opening victory at Charlotte (65-61).
- Pulled down eight rebounds in 22 minutes aganst Butler.
- Indiana is 15-6 all-time when he scores in double digits.
- Indiana is 1-1 all-time when he has 10+ rebounds.
- Has one career double-double (points-rebounds). IU is 1-0.
- Indiana is 10-6 all-time when he has 3+ blocks.
Points 17 two times 2/14/01
Rebounds 12 Missouri 12/19/00
Blocks 6 Illinois 2/22/00
#43 - Jarrad Odle
- Scored a career-high 16 points and pulled down a career-best 15 rebounds in 35 minutes against Northwestern.
- Scored 14 points against Alaska-Anchorage in 18 minutes of action.
- Led the Hoosiers with 12 points against Kentucky.
Points 16 Northwestern 1/2/02
Rebounds 15 Northwestern 1/2/02
#12 - Donald Perry
- Made his first career start against Texas and played 38 minutes and scored eight points dished out a team-high five assists and pulled down five boards.
- Made his collegiate debut in the season-opening victory at Charlotte. .
Points 8 Texas 11/24/01
Rebounds 5 Texas 11/24/01
Assists 5 Texas 11/24/0
Thirty-point games 0
Twenty-point games Jeffries (3), Fife (2), Moye (1)
Double-figure scoring Jeffries (11), Coverdale (10), Newton (5), Hornsby (3), Moye (3), Fife (4), Odle (3),
Double-figure rebounding Jeffries (3), Leach (1), Moye (1), Odle (1)
Double-figure assists Coverdale (2)
Double-doubles Jeffries (3)
Led IU in scoring Jeffries (6), Coverdale (2), Moye (2), Fife (2), Newton (1), Odle (1)
Led IU in rebounding Jeffries (7), Moye (3), Hornsby (3), Leach (2), Odle (2), Newton (1), Fife (1)
Led IU in assists Coverdale (10), Perry (5),Newton (2), Hornsby (2), Jeffries (1), Fife (1)
Led IU in blocks Leach (8), Newton (6), Hornsby (1)
Led IU in steals Jeffries (8), Fife (4), Coverdale (3), Hornsby (1), Leach (1)
Consecutive free throws Coverdale (27)
Largest deficit overcome to win 12 vs. Charlotte
Largest halftime deficit overcome to win 5 vs. Charlotte
Largest second half deficit overcome to win 12 vs. Charlotte
Largest first half lead 14 vs. Notre Dame
Largest halftime lead 10 vs. Notre Dame, 10 vs. North Carolina, 10 vs. Alaska-Anchorage
Largest lead at any time 35 vs. Alaska-Anchorage
Largest deficit at any time 17 vs. Kentucky
Largest lead surrendered in a loss 9 vs. Butler
Largest halftime lead surrendered in a loss 6 vs. Marquette
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