TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Freshman Isaiah Hill, a backup guard, had 14 points as Tulsa defeated Boise State 69-56 on Wednesday night.
Darien Jackson had 12 points for Tulsa (8-2). Lawson Korita, another backup, added 11 points. Brandon Rachal had 10 points for the Golden Hurricane.
Tulsa dominated the first half and led 43-22 at the break. The Golden Hurricane shot 56% in the first half compared to 28% for the Broncos, who made just seven field goals and were 2 for 15 from 3-point distance. Tulsa finished at 51%; Boise State at 38%.
Tulsa led 69-48 with 3 minutes, 39 seconds remaining in the second half before Boise State scored the game’s final eight points.
RJ Williams had 19 points for the Broncos (5-4). Derrick Alston Jr. added 10 points.
Tulsa takes on Arkansas on the road on Saturday. Boise State plays Alabama State at home on Saturday.
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