MINNEAPOLIS — Our post-game analysis from No. 5 Purdue's 81-47 win at Minnesota Saturday.
• Part of success defensively, obviously, is stopping, or at least limiting, opponents' best players and Purdue's now 2-for-2 the past two games in doing just that.
After quieting Mo Wagner with a game plan designed almost exclusively to do just that, Purdue's revenge tour continued at Minnesota, where the Boilermakers rendered guard Nate Mason an absolute non-factor who hurt his team as much as he helped it.
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