There will indeed be a golf-check presented to the visitors for making the trip up from Buies Creek, but this may turn out to be a better matchup than the disparate RPI's would indicate. Neither undefeated Indiana State (No .4) and resurgent
Campbell (No. 329, 3-4 coming off a 0-20 Atlantic Sun season) go higher than 6'7" very often, and both have plenty of speedy shooters. This game may also feature a lot of one-on-oneing in the 6'5" area between Campbell's Maurice Latham
(14.4 ppg, 8.3 rpg) and Indiana State's David Moss
(18.5 ppg), so we've got the offensive fireworks covered. And forget about the domination on the boards that usually exists in a theoretical MVC vs. A-Sun mismatch. The Camels are rarely outrebounded - thanks to an inventive former coach, they have lots of these
around. So tonight we'll have either a perfect 7-0 start by the Sycamores (to match Iona's
), or the biggest win for the Fightin' Camels in a generation. That's what I call a win-win, baby!
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