Big Ten Tournament 2012, Indiana vs. Penn State Score Update: Nittany Lions Trail At Half, 38-32

Tim Frazier scored 19 points in the first half, but the Penn State Nittany Lions still trail the Indiana Hooisers 38-32 at halftime of their opening-round Big Ten Tournament matchup.

Penn State earned the lowest seed in the Big Ten Tournament, but stayed tight with No. 15 Indiana in the opening 20 minutes, almost solely because of Frazier's contributions.

Frazier hit seven of 14 from the field as Penn State hung tough, but will likely need more help in the second half. The star guard's teammates mustered just 13 points and hit only four field goals.

Jordan Hulls paced Indiana with13 points, drilling three out of four three-pointers. Cody Zeller added 12 points and six boards for the Hoosiers.



For more on the 2012 Big Ten Tournament, head over to the SB Nation blog BT Powerhouse. If you're looking for more Penn State Nittany Lions basketball coverage, visit our team page or our blog Black Shoe Diaries.

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