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Minnesota 77, Penn State 72 (OT): All Too Familiar Ending

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Mar 14, 2019 9:48 PM 1+ week ago

The 10th-seed favorites looked to be the better team for much of the night. They built an eight-point lead three times and looked poised to break the game open, and then Minnesota would swiftly responded with a run of their own. In the first half, Penn State's combo of John Harrar and Mike Watkins battled Jordan Murphy and Daniel Oturu in the paint, and did a great job aside from being limited with foul trouble.

At the half, Penn State had a four-point lead that felt good considering they were able to weather several minutes with Watkins, Harrar, and Dread on the bench with two fouls. Jordan Murphy was dominant, with 10 points and 9 rebounds; but Josh Reaves was able to keep Amir Coffey under wraps.

The Nittany Lions were able to extend their lead, albeit only by 2, during the first 9+ minutes of play to start the second half. Harrar and Watkins picked up where they left off before foul trouble ...

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