The Penn State Nittany Lions are having a rough year after the athletic program was rocked by the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal that made national headlines.
Maybe no one bothered to tell Tim Frazier.
The Penn State point guard led his team to a 77-68 win over Long Island at the Bryce Jordan Center on Wednesday night, scoring 26 points with five rebounds, 10 assists, two steals and one block.
In other words, he had a helluva game.
The Blackbirds, who start the season 0-3, battled hard enough to leave the first half with the game deadlocked at 36 apiece; however, the Nittany Lions, who are now perfect through three, turned on the heat in the second stanza to finish out the game with an 11 point lead.
Long Island's Michael Culpo had 15 points, seven rebounds, three assists and one steal in a losing effort.
For more on tonight's game visit our Penn State basketball blog Black Shoe Diaries.