STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -In a Dec. 15 story about the Denver-Penn State men's basketball game, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Penn State had held Princeton and Denver to its second- and third-lowest points-against totals in school history. Princeton and Denver were held to the fewest points allowed by Penn State since Dec. 22, 1989, when the Nittany Lions beat Southwest Texas State, 62-37.

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