Five players hit double figures for the Golden Gophers, who only really needed half of the game to prove their superiority, taking a 51-18 lead into the halftime break. Even while Minnesota stepped off the gas a bit in the second half, the 29-point win secured a fourth straight double-digit victory to improve the team to 4-0 on the season.
Rodney Williams made 5-5 shots from the field and scored 12 points on a night when Minnesota shot 50.0 % from the field overall. Both Hollins' also excelled for Minnesota -- Austin Hollins led all scorers with 14 points and Andre Hollins added 13 for the balanced Golden Gophers at Williams Arena.
The road is about to get a bit more difficult for Tubby Smith's crew, as they travel to take on DePaul in Old Spice Classic tournament on Thanksgiving Day. The Blue Demons are 2-0 this season.