South Florida Vs. Notre Dame Final Score: Fighting Irish Pull Off 29th Straight Home Win

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish won 60-49 over the South Florida Bulls on Tuesday night to follow up their recent upset of then-No. 10 Louisville.

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish won 60-49 over the South Florida Bulls on Tuesday night to follow up their recent upset of then-No. 10 Louisville. Notre Dame has now won 29 consecutive games at home, one of the more impressive home winning streaks in the nation.

The game was close early, with Notre Dame taking a 30-24 lead into halftime. Roughly midway through the second half, South Florida cut Notre Dame's lead down to three points, but the Bulls wouldn't be able to get any closer. Notre Dame would proceed to score 14 unanswered points to open up a 54-37 lead with roughly four minutes remaining, effectively putting the game away.

Scott Martin led the way for Notre Dame with 15 points and 13 rebounds, his second straight game with a double-double. Jack Cooley was Notre Dame's leading scorer with 16 points. South Florida really struggled offensively, but Augustus Gilchrist led the way with 13 points.

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