Indiana to Challenge Illini
January 25, 2002Hoosiers Sit On Top of the Big Ten
Two of The Top Teams Do Battle
Indiana begins a stretch of four of its next five Big Ten games at home when the Hoosiers square off against Illinois on Saturday, January 26 at 1 p.m.
The game will be broadcast live to a regional audience on CBS with Gus Johnson and Bill Raftery and can be heard live 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. Ohio State 6-0 2 4 6
2. Indiana 5-1 3 6 4
3. Illinois 4-2 0 4 6
4. Wisconsin 4-3 1 4 5
5. Minnesota 3-3 1 6 4
Michigan 3-3 1 5 5
7. Iowa 3-4 0 4 5
8. Northwestern 2-4 1 5 5
Michigan St. 2-4 1 6 4
10. Purdue 2-5 0 4 5
11. Penn State 1-5 0 4 6
Saturday, January 26
Illinois at Indiana 1:00 p.m.
Ohio State at Minnesota 4:30 p.m.
Iowa at Purdue 2:30 p.m.
Penn State at Wisconsin 12:15 p.m.
Inside the Series
Indiana leads the all-time series against Illinois 76-69, but the Illini have won the last two regular season meetings. The Hoosiers dropped a 67-61 decision at Assembly Hall last season bringing their overall mark against the Illini at the Hall to 45-26.
The two teams also met in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals and the Hoosiers knocked off the top-seeded Illini58-56.
In a Good Position
Indiana sits in as good of a position as any team in the Big Ten as the Hoosiers have already posted three road wins and own a 5-1 mark in conference play. No team has had as much success on the road as the Hoosiers. Only Ohio State has won more than one game on the road and four teams still have yet to pick up a road victory. With four road games in their first six contests Indiana closes out with six of its final 10 contests at home.
Looking for Best Start Since 1992-93
This marks the first time that Indiana opened Big Ten play with a 5-1 mark since 1993-94. The Hoosiers are looking to move to 6-1 for the first time since the Big Ten Championship season in 1992-93. Here is a look at the Hoosier's conference starts.
Year After Six Games After Seven Games
2000-2001 3-3 3-4
1999-2000 4-2 5-2
1998-1999 3-3 3-4
1997-1998 4-2 5-2
1996-1997 3-3 4-3
1995-1996 4-2 4-3
1994-1995 3-3 4-3
1993-1994 5-1 5-2
1992-1993 6-0 7-0
Big Ten MVP Numbers
Sophomore Jared Jeffries is the early frontrunner for Big Ten Player of the Year and is making a case for national player of the year. He leads the Big Ten in scoring (20.8), ranks second in rebounding (8.3) and leads the conference in blocked shots (2.8). No player has been more important to his team than Jeffries has been to the Hoosiers. He has led IU in scoring in five of the team's six conference matchups and has been named Big Ten Player of the Week on two occasions this season.
Big Ten Play
Opponent FG Pts Reb Asst Stl Blk
vs. Penn State 10-15 22 13 1 3 1
vs. Ohio State 8-17 22 10 1 0 5
vs. Iowa 9-13 26 7 1 1 1
vs. Michigan State 5-10 21 8 7 0 6
vs. Penn State 3-10 17 8 1 4 3
vs. Northwestern 8-14 17 4 2 2 1
Bold indicates career high
Indiana's non-conference schedule has been well documented with 10 of its 12 games coming away from Assembly Hall, including 8,500 miles of travel before making a home appearance. The games away from home only got the Hoosiers tougher for Big Ten road play. Indiana's three Big Ten road wins already matches its total from last year and is just one shy of its top mark (1998-99) since the 16-game Big Ten schedule.
Coverdale Steps Up to Face Frank Williams
Tom Coverdale had two of his top games against Big Ten competition last year when the Hoosiers faced Illinois. The first matchup saw Coverdale score 16 points, grab four rebounds and dish out three assists. In the Big Ten Tournament semifinals Coverdale netted 17 points on 7-of-14 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds and handed out five assists. He has averaged 16.5 points per game in head-to-head competition with Illinois' Frank Williams.
All-Big Ten Stats from Hoosier Backcourt Leader
Tom Coverdale ranks in the top ten in the Big Ten in six different statistical categories, a high among conference guards. The stats where Coverdale ranks among the top players in the Big Ten are scoring, assists, steals, three-point field goal percentage, three-point field goals made and assist/turnover ratio. Here is how Coverdale compares to other Big Ten guards.
Player School No. of stat categories in top ten
Tom Coverdale Indiana 6
Frank Williams Illinois 5
Marcus Taylor Michigan St. 3
Luke Recker Iowa 3
Brian Brown Ohio State 2
Sharif Chambliss Penn State 2
Jeffries' Career Projections
Jared Jeffries is on pace to put up career numbers never seen before in Indiana history. He has indicated that he may have one more year with the Hoosiers and has intentions of attempting to graduate in three years before heading to the NBA. But, if Jeffries stays in Bloomington for four years here are the numbers that he is on pace to post.
Stat Total IU Rank
Points 2,077 5th
Rebounds 912 5th
Steals 199 1st
Blocks 153 4th
Assists 250 20th
No player in the 101-year history of Indiana Basketball has ranked in the top five in points, rebounds, steals and blocks.
Jeffries Has Gone for 20+ in Four in A Row
Jared Jeffries has scored in double digits in nine straight games averaging 19.6 points per game in those nine games. His longest career double-digit scoring string is 12. He is currently riding on the most productive scoring streak of his career as he has netted 20+ in each of the last four games. Over that four game span he is averaging 22.75 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.25 blocks per game. He has hit .582 (32-55) from the floor in those last four games where he has netted 91 points.
Coverdale Riding Career Best Streak
Tom Coverdale has scored in double digits in each of the last seven games, a career best for him. He has averaged 11 points per game during his recent scoring streak.
Fife Regaining Shooting Touch
Dane Fife opened Big Ten play missing his first 10 shots socring five points in his first two games, but since then has regained his shooting touch. Over the last four games he has connected on .556 (15-27) from the floor and netted 34 points.
Fife Has Career Numbers
Dane Fife is averaging 9.1 points per game this year, 4.7 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 against Eastern Washington.
Fife has scored 164 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.
The Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year candidate, has also held strong on the other end of court. He held Northwestern's Winston Blake to five points on 2-of-9 from the floor and helped hold Iowa's Luke Recker to 12 points on 5-13 from the field. Fife added four steals in the second half of play against Ohio State as well.
2001-02 Top Games FG 3PT Pts. Stls.
vs. Eastern Washington 8-12 5-6 23 3
vs. Alaska Anchorage 7-9 6-8 20 1
vs. Texas 6-8 4-5 17 1
vs. Michigan St. 5-8 4-6 14 1
Previous Top Games
vs. Penn State (00-01) 6-9 3-3 15 0
vs. Missouri (99-00) 4-6 0-1 13 1
vs. Notre Dame (98-99) 4-4 2-2 13 2
In games of late, Indiana has found a solid guard-guard-forward combination in Dane Fife, Tom Coverdale and Jared Jeffries. All three scored in double-digits against Penn State, Michigan State and Iowa. Five times this season, the group has put in 10+ points apiece and each time the Hoosiers have been victorious.
Opponent Coverdale, Fife, Jeffries
vs. Penn State 45 points
vs. Iowa 52 points
vs. Michigan St. 57 points
vs. Ball St. 52 points
vs. Texas 50 points
JJ, Coverdale and Fife in Wins and Losses
The Hoosiers have seemed to go as the trio of Jared Jeffries, Tom Coverdale and Dane Fife have gone this year.
In Wins In Losses
Name FG 3FG PPG FG 3FG PPG
Jeffries .532 .531 20.0 .360 .083 13.0
Coverdale .475 .483 12.8 .339 .250 10.5
Fife .507 .543 10.5 .357 .333 6.3
Totals .509 .515 43.3 .353 .246 29.8
Big Three Enjoy Three-Point Stripe at Hall
Jared Jeffries, Tom Coverdale and Dane Fife have had success with the long ball in Assembly Hall this season as the trio has combined for six threes per home game and is shooting .462 from beyond the arc. The rest of the Hoosier roster has hit .160 (4-25) of their three-point attempts at home this season.
Odle May Be Big Ten's Most Improved
Last year it was Tom Coverdale who surprised everyone after playing just a total of 41 minutes the previous season. Senior Jarrad Odle is having that same type of career year in his final season with the Hoosiers. Odle has started in five of the team's six Big Ten games after starting just once in his three previous conference seasons. He has put up career numbers already this year.
On the season Odle is averaging 7.9 points per game, 4.8 points more than his career average heading into this year. He already has 63 points in conference play 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 on the season, Odle has netted 127 points, 41 more than his career best which came last season.
2001-02 Top Games
vs. Northwestern 8-11 16 pts. 15 rebs. 2 blks.
vs. Penn State 4-10 11 pts. 9 rebs. 1 stl.
vs. Ohio State 7-8 16 pts. 5 rebs. 1 blk.
Previous Top Games
vs. Canisius (99-00) 3-7 8 pts. 4 rebs. 1 stl.
vs. Kentucky (00-01) 4-4 8 pts. 1 reb.
vs. Southern Ill. (00-01) 2-3 8 pts. 2 rebs.
Hornsby and Coverdale Caring for the Ball
Tom Coverdale and Kyle Hornsby rank first and second in the Big Ten in assist/turnover ratio. Coverdale owns a ratio of 3.9 with 31 assists as compared to just eight turnovers. Hornsby has dished out 22 assists and committed just seven turnovers for a ratio of 3.14.
Coverdale is coming off the Penn State game were he dished out nine assists and did not commit a turnover. It marked the third time in Big Ten play that he did not commit a turnover.
Hornsby's 22 assists, which included a career-high seven against Northwestern, in Big Ten play is already a career-best for him as he had 11 and 17 in his first two seasons.
His Game is Not Just Offensive
Not only is Jared Jeffries a frontrunner for Big Ten Player of the Year, but he is starting to give teammate Dane Fife a run for his money for Defensive Player of the Year. In six conference games this season he has blocked 17 shots (2.83 per game). He now has 64 career blocked shots, just three short of cracking the school's all-time top ten list. His shot blocking has been extra important the last four games as the team's top two shot blockers, George Leach and Jeff Newton have combined for just one block in those four games.
Leach Looking for a Swat
George Leach blocked 37 shots in the non-conference season but has yet to block a shot in Big Ten play. While being slowed by an ankle injury Leach has seen action in just 19 Big Ten minutes. He is coming off of the top Big Ten game of his career as he netted nine points and pulled down six rebounds at Penn State.
When Jeff Newton produces, so does Indiana. In the five conference wins by the Hoosiers, Newton combined for 34 points (6.8), 31 rebounds (6.2), and eight blocks (1.6) off the bench. In the Indiana loss to Ohio State Newton went 0-2 from the field with four points, zero blocks and only two rebounds.
Indiana is 8-2 all-time when Newton scores 10+ points in Big Ten action.
Moye Provides Spark Off Bench
A.J. Moye has played in 10+ minutes in each of the last five games, including 20 minutes at Penn State. He had his top Big Ten game this year against the Nittany Lions with five points and seven rebounds. He has not committed a turnover in his last 55 minutes of play.
Perry Getting More Comfortable
Freshman Donald Perry had the best Big Ten game of his young career at Penn State as he netted six points on two-of-two from the floor. Perry has played in 10+ minutes in all six conference games this year.
Hornsby Racking Up the Minutes
Kyle Hornsby had played 30+ minutes in three of the team's first six Big Ten games and played 26, 29 and 19 in the other three contests. He has reached the 30-minute plateau four times this season. Heading into this year he had played 30+ minutes just twice before in his first two seasons.
When Hornsby is On
Indiana has won six of the last seven games in which Kyle Hornsby has hit 2+ three-pointers. All-time Indiana is 11-6 when goes for two or more threes in a game. After going 0-for-6 from three-point range at home against Penn State he has hit 7-of-11 (.636) from three-point range over the last four games.
Jared Jeffries has recorded double-doubles in each of the last two games with 22 and 10 against Ohio State and 22 and 13 against Penn State. He has never had three straight double-doubles in his career.
Coverdale From Long Range
Indiana has never lost when Tom Coverdale connects on 3+ threes in a single game. He has accomplished the feat six times this year and the Hoosiers are 6-0 and they are 12-0 when he has done it over his three-year career. He his hit 15-of-25 (.600) from long-range in the last four games.
Jeffries Showing Range
Jared Jeffries has connected on 18 three-pointers this season hitting for .409 from behind the arc. Last year he hit just 12 threes shooting .245 from long range. Five times this year he has connected on 2+ three-pointers and the Hoosiers have won all five games. In fact when Jeffries hits a single three Indiana is 9-1 this season and 15-4 all-time.
What an Improvement by Fife
Dane Fife has hit 32 three-pointers this season, just one short of the number of threes he hit in his first three seasons.
This Year 32-65 .447
Junior Year 19-62 .295
Sophomore Year 5-22 .227
Freshman Year 9-37 .243
All or Nothing
There seems to be no in between when it comes to the Hoosiers three-point shooting this season. It is either make or miss.
Strong Shooting (11-2)
Alaska-Anchorage-W 16-24 School record for threes in a game
Michigan State- W 14-26 Ten first half threes
Texas-W 11-21 Sixth most threes in IU history
Iowa- W 10-20 Eight first half threes
Eastern Washington-W 10-16
Butler-L 9-16 Seven first half threes
North Carolina-W 9-26 Nine first half threes
Notre Dame-W 7-17
Northwestern-W 7-19 5-9 in the second half
Ohio State- L 6-14
Ball State-W 6-20
Penn State-W 5-12
Total 115-245 (.469)
Poor Shooting (1-4)
Penn State-W 1-14
Southern Illinois-L 4-18
Total 13-84 (.155)
Coverdale Likes Home Court
In the four home games this season Tom Coverdale has shot the ball well hitting over 58 percent of his shots from the floor and he is perfect from the charity stripe.
Field Goal Percentage 21-36 .583
3Pt Field Goal Percentage 11-20 .550
Free Throw Percentage 11-11 1.000
Taking Care of the Ball in Big Ten Play
Indiana has yet to commit more turnovers than assists in Big Ten play this season and in seven straight games. In the team's first 10 non-conference games this was not the case as the Hoosiers had more turnovers than assists six times. At Penn State the Hoosiers handed out 19 assists and committed just eight turnovers.
The Hoosiers have forced more turnovers than they have committed in all six Big Ten games this season. In the team's 12 non-conference games they had committed more turnovers than they forced six times.
Odle Fourth In Rebounding
Jarrad Odle's breakout season is being noticed throughout the Big Ten as he ranks fourth in rebounding (7.0), 12th in field goal percentage (.522) and 29th in scoring (11.0).
Larger Margin then Expected
Indiana leads the Big Ten in scoring margin this season, winning by an average of 13.2 points per game in conference play. The Hoosiers are coming off of a 34-point win at Penn State and defeated Michigan State by 18 earlier this season.
Picking Up Where They Left Off
Last season Indiana set the Big Ten record for field goal defense (.382) and this season the Hoosiers lead the way once again holding teams to .413 from the floor. Illinois sits in second holding the opposition to .422.
Big Ten's Block Leader
Indiana leads the conference in blocked shots averaging 5.17 swats per game.
Top Ball Control Team in the Conference
Indiana sits a top the Big Ten leader board in turnover margin (+4.33) and assist/turnover ratio (1.54).
Crashing the Defensive Boards
The Hoosiers 24 defensive rebounds per game is the top mark in the Big Ten.
What the Rankings Tell Us
Last season, Indiana was never ranked in the polls but a high RPI got it a four seed in the NCAA Tournament. This year the Hoosiers have been ranked on and off, but no higher than 20th. The RPI has the Hoosiers ranked 16th as they own the fourth-rated schedule in the country. Collegerpi.com slates Indiana as a number five seed in the NCAA Tournament at this point in the season.
Date USA Today/ESPN Associated Press
1/21 NR NR
1/14 NR 25
12/17 NR NR
12/10 24 21
12/3 NR NR
11/26 24th NR
11/19 20th 20th
11/12 20th 22nd
11/5 21st 22nd
Jeffries a Midseason All-American
CNNSI.com decided it was time to hand out some midseason awards. Among the honors was the award for first-team All-Americans, the best five players, regardless of position with team success as a factor. Sophomore Jared Jeffries was recognized as an All-American along with the elite company of Duke's Jason Williams, Kansas' Drew Gooden, Cincinnati's Steve Logan, and Maryland's Juan Dixon.
He has also been listed as one of the top 30 candidates for the Wooden Award in its midseason report and was also recently named to Dick Vitale's All-Versatility team.
Fife Stealing History
Dane Fife has taken sole possession of second place on IU's all-time career steals list. Fife has bumped his total to 154, 24 less than leader Steve Alford.
1. Steve Alford 178 1984-87
2. Dane Fife 154
Jeffries Closing in on top 50
Four current Hoosiers rank among IU's top 100 all-time scorers.
50. Charlie Miller 810 1995-98
51. Frank Radovich 780 1958-60
52. Jared Jeffries 778
71. Robert Wilkinson 597 1958-60
72. Bobby Wilkerson 582 1974-76
73. Tom Coverdale 580
74. Dane Fife 579
75. Earl Schneider 573 1967-69
76. Todd Jadlow 571 1986-89
77. Don Ritter 560 1971-73
78. Gary Long 548 1959-61
79. Peter Obremsky 546 1956-58
80. William Gladness 534 1998-99
Todd Leary 534 1990, 1992-94
82. Hebert Lee 532 1959
83. William Menke 530 1939-41
84. Jeff Newton 518
Hornsby Likes Long Distance
Twenty-eight of 40 (.700) of Kyle Hornsby's baskets this season have come from behind the three-point line.
He has been a streak shooter as of late. He went 1-for-3 from three-point range at Penn State. Against Ohio State, he took only one shot from three-point range and shot 2-6 overall. But, at Iowa, the junior netted 11 points on 3-4 from long range. Facing Michigan State, Hornsby shot 3-4 from the field and 2-3 from beyond the arc.
Against Penn State at home he was 1-of-7 (.142) from the field and 0-for-6 from three-point range.
75 Points Means Victory
Indiana has won its last 22 games dating back to the 1999-2000 season when it scores 75+ points. Over that same time span the Hoosiers are 12-23 when scoring less than 75 points.
Game Starters Points
Penn State (W) Jeffries, Odle, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 57
Ohio State (L) Jeffries, Odle, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 59
Iowa (W) Jeffries, Odle, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 71
Michigan St. (W) Jeffries, Odle, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 73
Penn State (W) Jeffries, Odle, Coverdale, Fife, Hornsby 47
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
The Hoosiers erased an 14-point deficit against Penn State. With the exception of that game and 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
Penn State 38:40 W
Ohio State 7:29 L
Iowa 29:15 W
Michigan State 40:00 W
Penn State 5:48 W
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
Indiana's bench has scored 310 points this season, an average of nearly 18.2 per game. The high came against Alaska-Anchorage when the bench scored 36 points.
Bench Scoring Total Leader
Penn State 28 Leach, 9
Ohio State 8 Newton, 4
Iowa 6 Newton, 4
Michigan State 10 Newton, 9
Penn State 14 Newton, 10
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
Three-Point Record Could Fall
Five times this season Indiana has connected for 10+ threes in a game including a school-record 16 against Alaska-Anchorage. They also netted 14 long balls against Michigan State, 11 treys against Texas and 10 against Eastern Washington and Iowa and hit nine in the first half against North Carolina.
On the season Indiana has hit 7.1 threes per game. At this current pace the Hoosiers would drain 206 threes during this regular season. The school record of 197 which was set back in 1992-93.
Scoring in the Last 5:00
Jared Jeffries leads the Hoosiers in scoring in the final 5:00 of games as he has 44 points during that window. Twenty (18.3 percent) of A.J. Moye's 89 points have come in the final 5:00.
Player Points Free Throws
Jeffries 44 25-31
Coverdale 36 21-24
Moye 21 13-19
Fife 19 8-11
Leach 16 2-4
Newton 10 4-4
Hornsby 9 0-0
Odle 8 4-4
Perry 7 3-6
Tapak 6 1-2
Johnson 3 0-0
10+ From Coverdale Spells Success
Tom Coverdale has scored in double digits 33 times in his career and the Hoosiers own an impressive 24-9 (.727) in those games.
Player No. of 10+ point games IU Record
Jeffries 46 31-15
Coverdale 33 24-9
Newton 22 16-6
Fife 18 13-5
Hornsby 17 13-4
Moye 5 3-2
Odle 5 3-2
Leach 1 0-1
Career Double Digit Rebounding
Player No. of 10+ rebound games IU Record
Jeffries 9 6-3
Newton 2 1-1
Hornsby 1 1-0
Leach 1 0-1
Moye 1 1-0
Odle 1 1-0
Coverdale and Fife Among Top 20 in Assists
Dane Fife's and Tom Coverdale's career assist totals rank in the top 20 on Indiana's all-time assist list.
16. Greg Graham 304 1990-93
17. Neil Reed 285 1995-97
18. Tom Coverdale 258
19. Dane Fife 254
Swatting Away Records
IU is averaging 5.8blocked shots per game this season. At this current pace the Hoosiers would swat away 167 shots this regular season. The all-time school mark of 178 blocks was set last year.
Jeff Newton continues to climb the all-time block list at IU.
4. Ray Tolbert 152 1978-81
5. Eric Anderson 137 1989-92
6. Jeff Newton 134
Most Points, half 1st: 48, Michigan State
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: .652, Michigan State
2nd: .595, Alaska-Anchorage
Worst FG%s, half 1st: .258, Southern Illinois
2nd: .208, Penn State
Best Defensive FG%,half 1st: .276, Marquette
2nd: .259, Penn State
Worst Defensive FG%,half 1st: .500, Kentucky
2nd: .636, Southern Illinois
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