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 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Eric Gordon was worth the wait for Indiana fans.
The highly touted guard set his first school record Monday night by scoring 33 points in his college debut, and D.J. White added 17 points to help the eighth-ranked Hoosiers beat Chattanooga 99-79.
Gordon was 9-of-15 from the field and had seven 3-pointers, six rebounds and four assists and ignited the second-half charge that finally helped the Hoosiers (1-0) pull away.
Kevin Bridgewaters had 14 points and Kevin Goffney added 13 for Chattanooga (1-1), which lost for the 19th consecutive time to a ranked opponent on the road.
No. 13 Duke 86, New Mexico State 61
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Jon Scheyer scored 22 points to lead Duke to its second straight rout of an outmanned nonconference opponent.
DeMarcus Nelson scored 14 points, Gerald Henderson had 11 and Kyle Singler added 10 for the Blue Devils (2-0), who shot 47 percent, forced 26 turnovers and built a 31-point lead.
Justin Hawkins had 16 points and 11 rebounds, Fred Peete had 13 points and Wendell McKines added 10 for the Aggies (0-2), an NCAA tournament team last season under then-coach Reggie Theus and the preseason pick by the media to win the Western Athletic Conference.
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