DENVER (AP) -- Tyler Bullock scored 15 points to lead Denver to a 76-68 victory over Arkansas State on Sunday.
Arkansas State (12-12, 7-5 Sun Belt) shot a dismal 28 percent from the field in the first half, and Denver (4-19, 3-10) took a 19-point lead, 32-13, on a 3-pointer by DaShawn Walker with 5:58 to go before halftime.
Arkansas State pulled within 73-68 with 42 seconds left in the game after Adrian Banks sank a 3-pointer. Bullock made three foul shots in the final seconds to hold off the Indians.
Isaac Wells scored 24 points and Banks added 20 to lead Arkansas State.
The teams were originally scheduled to play Dec. 21, but the game was rescheduled due to heavy snow in Denver.
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