Dec. 8, 2012
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Tray Woodall scored 14 points and tied a season-high with nine assists, and Pittsburgh pulled away in the second half of an 89-47 win over North Florida on Saturday night.
The Ospreys, giving away height at every position, settled for jumpers, one of the reasons they never made it to the free-throw line all night.
The Panthers shot a season-high 59 percent (33 of 58) from the field and dominated the final 25 minutes after getting serious on defense.
Travis Wallace and David Jeune scored 10 points each for North Florida (3-6), which scored just 20 points over the game's final 25 minutes after briefly tying it at 27 in the first half.
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