Purdue vs Penn State

Purdue vs Penn State Live Stream> Free Watch Online. The Penn State Nittany Lions look for another victory after beating Ohio State in the quarterfinals. The Penn State Nittany Lions are averaging 74.9 points on 46.7 percent shooting and allowing 66.5 points on 42.4 percent shooting. Tony Carr is averaging 19.9 points and 4.8 assists while Lamar Stevens is averaging 15.2 points and 6.3 rebounds. Mike Watkins is the third double-digit scorer and Josh Reaves is grabbing 4.8 rebounds..

The Penn State Nittany Lions are shooting 38.1 percent from beyond the arc and 68.7 percent from the free throw line. The Penn State Nittany Lions are allowing 34.3 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 35.5 rebounds per game. The Penn State Nittany Lions have won three of their last four neutral site games.

The quarterfinals of the Big Ten Conference Tournament were fun from noon on, with three of the four games coming down to the wire. One of them was between Penn State and Ohio State, with the Buckeyes looking for revenge from getting swept in the regular season to the Nittany Lions.

Those two wins are thing only things keeping the team in the bubble conversation, although according to our latest Bracketology projections Penn State isn’t even within out First Eight Out. But with many other bubble teams losing this week, they felt that they still had a shot at an at-large bid.

They took a great step towards that in the 69-68 win, thanks to the game-winning dunk by Josh Reaves with a couple of seconds to go. Star guard Tony Carr had a huge game, dropping 25 points in the win. It remains to be seen how big a win this is, but the Nittany Lions get to play another big team to enhance their resume.

They’ll get that in Purdue, who had to survive an upset-minded Rutgers team in the 82-75 nail-biter. The Scarlet Knights had a halftime lead, and after the Boilermakers stormed out to retake the lead, they still kept it close in the final seconds as well. It was the Edwards duo who led Purdue to the big win, with both Carsen and Vincent each having 26 points.

In the regular season, these two teams played just once, with the Boilermakers winning a tight one, 76-73. Carsen Edwards led all scorers with 27 points, with Dakota Mathias chipping in with 18. Carr had 19 to lead Penn State, while Shep Gardner had 17 points as well.

Tony Carr was looking to make a play with Penn State trailing by one point and the clock winding down Friday night at Madison Square Garden.

The Penn State guard could have launched a shot, but instead he found Josh Reaves cutting to the rim for a dunk with 3.1 seconds left to lift No. 7-seed Penn State to a 69-68 win over No. 2-seed Ohio State at the Big Ten tournament.

“I was definitely surprised how open he was,” Carr said. “He was wide open, but I guess that’s what happens when it’s a mismatch and you got to pay some extra attention to the ball.”

As 6-foot-2 Ohio State guard Andrew Dakich defended the 6-foot-5 Carr on the perimeter on the play, Buckeyes guard C.J. Jackson watched closely near the foul line. When Carr made his move, dribbling toward the foul line, Reaves snuck behind Williams.

Carr found his teammate, and Reaves finished a two-handed dunk to give the Nittany Lions a 69-68 lead.

“As soon as I did it, I feel like I left my body for a second,” Reaves said. “I was just standing there, just excited. I heard that they called a timeout, so I took advantage of that moment to try to get the crowd into it.”

Carr blocked Jackson’s 3-point attempt at the buzzer to seal the win and send the Nittany Lions to the conference tournament semifinals.

The Nittany Lions trailed 66-62 with less than three minutes to play, but they stayed within striking distance heading into the final minute. After Shep Garner came away with a steal with 16 seconds left, Carr connected with Reaves for the game-winning play.

“I knew he would make the right decision,” Penn State coach Patrick Chambers said of Carr. “That’s why I didn’t call a timeout. Mostly he’s been shooting it. But I knew he would make the right decision.”

Player of the game
Penn State guard Tony Carr: Carr finished with 25 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead the Nittany Lions to victory Friday night. He banked in a 3-pointer to tie the game 60-60 with 4:44 left, and he dropped off an assist for a dunk by Julian Moore to pull the Nittany Lions within 66-64 with 2:09 left. He then made a game-winning play on his assist to Reaves for the dunk in the final seconds.

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