Utah St. 70, S. Illinois 58

LOGAN, Utah -- Kyisean Reed scored 21 points and Preston Medlin added 16 on Saturday night and Utah State defeated Southern Illinois 70-58 in the World Vision Challenge.

It was the third win of the tournament for Utah State (9-1), which has won nine of its first 10 games since 2008-09, when the Aggies went 24-1.

Utah State was 24 of 60 from the floor (60 percent), and hit 6 of its 9 3-point shots. The Aggies also had a 21-11 scoring advantage off turnovers.

Desmar Jackson had a fine game for Southern Illinois (7-4), but did not get much help. He scored 29 points, including 11 of 16 from the floor and 5 of 7 from 3-point range. Jeff Early scored 10 for Southern Illinois.


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