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Originally published Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 10:46 PM

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Arizona St. subdues Detroit in opener

Jahii Carson had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists and Carrick Felix added 21 points and seven rebounds as Arizona State beat Detroit...

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TEMPE, Ariz. — Jahii Carson had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists and Carrick Felix added 21 points and seven rebounds as Arizona State beat Detroit 83-68 Wednesday night in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament.

The Sun Devils (22-12) play at Baylor on Friday night in the second round.

Jason Calliste led the Titans (20-13) with 19 points as Arizona State held Detroit to 10 points under its season average of 78 per game.

"I just think we're physical," Carson said. "I don't think they are used to the physicality of the Pac-12 and we brought that a little bit to them."

Other games

At Baylor 112,

Long Beach St. 66

Brady Heslip scored 26 points while making eight three-pointers and Baylor (19-14) hit a season-high 16 shots from long range in a victory over Long Beach State (19-14).

At Southern Miss 78,

Charleston Southern 71

Jonathan Mills scored 16 points, Neil Watson added 15 and Southern Miss (26-9) beat Charleston Southern (19-13).

At Iowa 68, Indiana State 52

Devyn Marble scored 24 points with six assists and four steals, Aaron White added 11 with 13 rebounds and Iowa cruised past Indiana State (18-15). Melshan Basabe had nine points and eight boards for the Hawkeyes (22-12), who won a home game in the NIT for a second straight season.

Mercer 75,

at Tennessee 67

Travis Smith scored 25 points to match his career high as Mercer (24-11) defeated Tennessee (20-13).

Mercer, the Atlantic Sun regular-season champion, improved to 2-1 this season against Southeastern Conference foes. Mercer lost 58-49 at Georgia on Dec. 18 and won 66-59 at Alabama on Dec. 22. The Bears will play at Brigham Young in the second round.

At Providence 75,

Charlotte 66

Vincent Council, the only senior on the Providence roster, scored eight straight points to key a second-half charge that led the Friars (18-14) over the 49ers (21-12).

Stony Brook 71,

at Massachusetts 58

Anthony Jackson and Dave Coley scored 20 points each as Stony Brook (25-7) beat Massachusetts (21-12).

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