Ohiou 34 35 69
Ballst 14 28 42
Date of game: 2/6/2013

Recap: Ball State vs. Ohio

Munice, IN (Sports Network) - Walter Offutt scored 17 points as the Ohio University Bobcats rolled over the Ball State Cardinals, 69-42, in a Mid- American Conference tilt at Worthen Arena.

T.J. Hall added 10 points for Ohio (16-6, 7-1 MAC) which had 11 different players score in the game. The Bobcats bounced back from their first conference loss of the season with the win which was their eighth in the last nine games.

Jauwan Scaife scored 18 points and Matt Kamieniecki had nine rebounds for Ball State (8-13, 2-7) which has lost three straight and seven of its last eight.

Ohio cruised to a 34-14 lead at halftime by shooting 44.4 percent from the field while holding Ball State to just five field goals on 25 percent shooting.

After the break the Bobcats hit 43.8 percent of their shots from the field while yet again holding the Cardinals to below 30 percent shooting.

The Bobcats forced 22 turnovers and had a 26-9 edge in points off takeaways.

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