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NCAA Division I statistics including Saturday’s games showed Elmore, who was perfect 10-for-10 shooting free throws, moving to first in the nation for free throws made and attempted at 100-for-121. Penava took over the national lead in total blocked shots (53) and blocks per game (4.82).
Marshall held a 46-37 halftime advantage on Ohio, but the Bobcats came out firing in the second period. Junior guard Jordan Dartis had 27 points and seven 3-pointers, including three that quickly brought Ohio back into the game.
Jon Elmore had a triple-double game Saturday against Ohio University, but he also had seven turnovers. C.J. Burks had a career scoring performance, but turned the ball over four times. Turnovers were about the only negative Marshall Thundering Herd men’s basketball head coach Dan D’Antoni mentioned following the game, a 99-96 overtime victory in Cam Henderson Center. Marshall coughed up the ball 17 times that Ohio (5-5) turned into 22 points.
Elmore’s game of 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the junior point guard was only the fifth triple-double in Marshall history. Burks, also a junior guard, scored a career-high 31. “We had too many turnovers and they were coming from C.J. and Jon,” D’Antoni said. “They’ll get better I know, but we’re going to have to cut down and try to make a little bit easier plays so they don’t turn the ball over.