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(AP) -- A combination of good balance and quality depth has helped Purdue get off to a dominant start.
That formula likely won't change when the No. 16 Boilermakers try to remain undefeated by keeping visiting Lehigh winless Saturday night.
Purdue (5-0) has averaged 86.0 points, shot 50.5 percent and allowed one opponent to score more than 70 while winning each of its first five games by at least 15 points for the second time in school history. The Boilermakers, who won their first in-season tournament in six years with an 85-70 victory over previously unbeaten Florida in Sunday's title game of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off, last opened with six straight wins during the 14-0 start of 2009-10.MORE
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