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  • Miami set a program record for steals in a game with 22, breaking the previous record of 18 which was accomplished twice: against DePauw on Dec. 4, 1991 and against Centre on Dec. 2, 1985.
  • Junior guard Quinten Rollins tied a school record for steals in a game with a career-high seven. He equaled the record set by Chuck Goodyear against Toledo on Jan. 11, 1976, by Ron Harper against Marietta on Dec. 1, 1984 and by Damon Frierson against Ball State on Feb. 27, 1999.
  • Freshman guard Reggie Johnson had five steals for the RedHawks.
  • Rollins also tied a career high with seven assists, accounting for one-third of the RedHawks' assists for the night. He did not commit any turnovers against the Tigers.
  • Miami had five players register double figures in scoring, led by Johnson's 20-point performance. Junior forwards Jon Harris, Will Felder and junior guard Allen Roberts had 12 points apiece, while junior forward Bill Edwards added 11 points.
  • Harris tied a career-high with eight rebounds, which led all players.
  • Miami used a 27-0 run in the second-half run to evaporate an eight-point deficit and catapult the RedHawks to a 19-point advantage and a lead they would not relinquish. The surge started at the 16:04 mark off a Johnson jumper and was capped by a Roberts trey at the 9:20 mark. The Tigers received their first points in more than seven minutes off a Brauhnye' Turner layup at the 9:02 mark.
  • For the second consecutive game, Miami had a positive assist/turnover ratio with 21 assists and just 14 turnovers.
  • Freshman guard Geovonie McKnight recorded a blocked shot for the second straight game. He also tallied four assists and three steals.
  • The RedHawks forced Grambling to commit 32 turnovers and scored an impressive 47 points off turnovers.
  • For the second time in as many games, Miami cleared its bench with all 13 players seeing action.
  • With the 80-54 win, Miami hit the 80-point mark for the first time since defeating Bowling Green 84-77 on Feb. 26, 2011.

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