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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Seth Tuttle
Seth Tuttle scored 23 points Saturday as Northern Iowa beat Indiana State 71-69 in a game in which both teams lost double-digit leads.
Seth Tuttle scored 18 points, on 6-of-10 shooting, to lead Northern Iowa to a 72-59 win over Illinois State on Sunday.
Like the 24 teams before them, Northern Iowa fell short against Wichita State.
"We've had a lot of games where we've had the lead late in games and... we just didn't close the deal. We all believe deep down that we are a good basketball team. We know it," Tuttle said. "We just haven't put a full 40 minutes together."
"They're the most physical team we've played all year," Tuttle said of the Shockers. "They just keep subbing in players. They've got three people who come in (at center) who are basically the same player. Constantly banging. Going to the offensive glass every time."