A hard defensive battle was fought out on the court, both teams had well over their average amount of turnovers and both teams shot well under 40% from the field. However, neither team had more than an 8 pt lead at any point in the game. Purdue trailed most of the game, but was able to take the lead late in the game by 1 point. Teague missed 2 of 3 free throw attempts after being fouled while shooting a 3, which came out to be the difference in the game. Purdue outrebounded Oklahoma 39-38, but had 19 turnovers compared to 16 for Oklahoma. Look for Purdue to bounce back in a big way Saturday vs Central Michigan at Conseco Fieldhouse.
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