Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014
SIU Comes Up Short at Indiana State
TERRE HAUTE, In. -- SIU head coach Barry Hinson said the Salukis were their own worst enemy after losing to Indiana State 66-65 at the Hulman Center Saturday afternoon.
SIU (9-15, 2-11) led most of the game, taking a one-point lead, 65-64, with 1:08 to play on Jalen Pendleton's and one bucket. The Sycamores (16-8, 9-4) responded, Jake Odum hit a layup with 19 seconds left, putting Indiana State up 66-65. With time winding down, Pendleton had a shot to win it for Southern but his jumper hit the front iron and rimmed out.
After the game, SIU head coach Barry Hinson talked about his team being its own worst enemy.
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