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No. 11 Ohio St. 116, Delaware St. 67

November 29, 1990

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ Jim Jackson scored a career-high 29 points and 11th-ranked Ohio State set a team record for points in a 116-67 victory Wednesday night over Delaware State.

The previous school record for points was set in a 112-89 victory over Butler in 1969 and matched in a 112-80 decision against Ohio University in 1972.

Mark Baker added 19 points and 8 assists, Perry Carter had 15 points and 13 rebounds, Treg Lee scored 12 points, Jamaal Brown 11 and Chris Jent 10 for the Buckeyes (2-0).

Tom Davis scored 29 points for Delaware State (1-1), while Emanual Davis scored 17 points and had eight assists.

Scott Reeves matched the 112-point total with a free throw with one minute remaining. Steve Hall set the record with a slam dunk off a long pass from Tom Brandewie with 47 seconds left.

The victory marked the second time this week that the Buckeyes had battered a team from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Ohio State defeated Bethune- Cookman 111-72 Sunday night.

Much as they did against Bethune-Cookman, the Buckeyes rolled to a big early lead and never were threatened. Behind five points by Jackson and four more from Baker, Ohio State took a 14-2 lead and built it to 61-37 at the half.

Jackson had 20 points at the intermission.

The 61 points was the fourth-highest total for an Ohio State team in one half. The Buckeyes set the record of 65 in the first half of their victory over Bethune-Cookman.

Ohio State hit 44 of 76 shots from the field for 58 percent while the Hornets were 24 for 72 for 33 percent. The Buckeyes also held a 57-35 advantage in rebounds.

Ohio State guard Alex Davis was out with a hyperextended knee.

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