Nate Mason scored 31 points and Eric Curry scored seven of his 10 in overtime as visiting Minnesota upset No. 15 Purdue, 91-82, on Sunday.
The Big 10 teams traded baskets to begin the extra period before a Curry basket began an 11-0 run that helped snap the Boilermakers' seven-game winning streak.
Purdue’s P.J. Thompson, who spent most the game trying to guard Mason, praised Minnesota’s leading scorer, who came in averaging 13.5 points.
“He's a good player,” Thompson said. “He came out ready to play and had his team ready to play.”
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