USF at Pacific (halftime)

An entertaining, but sloppy first half ends with USF leading Pacific 29-27 at Spanos Center.

The Dons jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the first three minutes, but Pacific has managed to settle things down and tie the game in the final minute of the half.

Tony Gill and Rodrigo de Souza lead Pacific with six points apiece as the Tigers have shot 46.2-percent from the field, but have 10 turnovers.

Tim Derksen and Mark Tollefsen have both made two 3-pointers to lead USF with six points as the Dons made 5 of 10 from beyond the arc.

Both teams had nine assists on their 12 made field goals, but there were only four free throws attempted in the half.

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