Feb. 7, 2010
Notre Dame (17-7, 6-5) vs. South Florida (15-8, 5-6)
Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center
Notre Dame, Ind.
- The Irish have hit at least one three-pointer in 363 consecutive games, dating back to the 1998-99 season. The streak continued on Ben Hansbrough’s field goal at 18:59 in the first half.
- Notre Dame is now 6-1 all-time against South Florida and 4-0 at home against the Bulls.
- Tory Jackson tied Pat Garrity for fifth all-time in Notre Dame program history with 111 career starts, while Luke Harangody tied David Graves for seventh in starts at 107.
- Harangody is now tied for ninth in games played (123) with Jackson placing himself alone at seventh all-time. (125)
- Tyrone Nash tied his career-high with two blocks with four minutes gone by in the game. Late in the first period he set a new career mark of three.
- Sunday’s game marked the third consecutive contest in which Ben Hansbrough has scored in double figures.
- Harangody has scored in double figures in all 24 contests this season and extended his double-figure scoring streak to 29 games.
- For the eighth time this season Notre Dame at least hit 50 percent of its shots in the first half.
- It is only the sixth time this season that the Fighting Irish have shot over 55 percent in the first half.
- Harangody earned the 63rd double-double of his career and 12th of the season.
- Jackson notched a season-high 18 points against the Bulls, scoring in double figures for the eighth time in 2009-10.
- The Irish recorded four blocks for the fourth time this season.
- Harangody tied his season-high in rebounds with 15.
- It was the 10th time this season that Harangody has been perfect from the free throw line. He was 8-of-8 from the line against South Florida.