TEMPE, Ariz. — Miami sophomore guard Reggie Johnson scored a career-high 24 points but the RedHawks were no match for Arizona State Tuesday night.
The Sun Devils (2-0) hit 16 of 31 three-point shots and raced off to a 90-54 rout over the RedHawks (0-2).
Johnson eclipsed the 20-point mark for the second consecutive game and also tied a career high with five steals. Senior center Blake McLimans added 15 points and three blocked shots.
But the Redhawks shot just 33 percent and made only 4 of 20 from three-point range. Miami was outrebounded 48-27.
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After Miami took a 9-5 lead, it was all Arizona State. The Sun Devils built a 41-18 halftime lead and kept piling on the second half.
ASU had four players in double figures led by Jahii Carson and Jermaine Marshall with 18 apiece.
Miami is off for a week before visiting Xavier on Wednesday, Nov. 20.