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Penn State vs. Duquesne: Dukes Take The Lead

Hearing Indiana defeated Kentucky on a buzzer-beater in Bloomington. That's a big win for the Big Ten. It's also a message to the rest of the conference that that Hooisers are apparently a doormat no more. That's bad news for Penn State, as Indiana has been one its easier wins in conference recently. The Nittany Lions are going to have to step up their game against the Hoosiers now.

Back here at CONSOL, Tim Frazier just scored his first field goal since the Mississippi game on a dunk. Frazier was 0-12 in the loss against Lafayette on Wednesday night, so we'll see if that gets him going again. He remains Penn State's leading scorer at 17.6 points per game.

Penn State has some early foul trouble. Cammeron Woodyard, Ross Travis, Matt Glover and Trey Lewis all have two fouls already. We'll see how coach Patrick Chambers handles that.

With 7:55 remaining in the first half, Duquesne leads Penn State, 24-22.

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