WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Trevion Williams scored 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Purdue beat Indiana State 80-68 on Saturday.
Williams shot 13 for 18 (72.2%) and did most of his damage in the first half scoring 18, though he made all four of his shot attempts after halftime.
It was Williams’ second career 30-point game. He set a career-high 36 last season against Michigan.
Purdue had a 40-24 rebounding advantage. The Boilermakers remained unbeaten at home this season with their third win.
Key’s jumper three minutes in gave the Sycamores a 10-1 lead. The moment was short lived as Purdue recovered quickly with a 13-5 run.
Later, Williams threw down a dunk with 8:44 before halftime for an 18-17 Boilermakers lead, and they led the rest of the way. It was 38-29 at halftime, and Indiana State never drew within five for the remainder of the game.