ARLINGTON, Texas -- Jamel Outler scored 15 points, one of three men to score in double figures off the bench, and Texas-Arlington picked up an 81-74 victory over San Jose State on Thursday night.
Texas-Arlington (16-10, 10-5 Western Athletic) had a whopping 49-8 scoring advantage off the bench.
Karol Gruszeki scored 14 off the bench and Greg Gainey had 13. Jordan Reeves was the only starter in double figures with 10.
Three of Outler's baskets were from 3-point range. Reeves also contributed nine rebounds and three blocked shots.
Texas-Arlington also had a 22-5 scoring advantage off turnovers and an 18-2 edge in fast-break points.
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