TULSA, Okla. -- Freshman Isaiah Hill, a backup guard, had 14 points as Tulsa defeated Boise State 69-56 on Wednesday night.
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.
Tulsa takes on Arkansas on the road on Saturday. Boise State plays Alabama State at home on Saturday.
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