UNLV coach Dave Rice can remember the scouting report on Wichita State's Joe Ragland quite clearly.
''Catch and shoot guy,'' Rice said. ''You have to close out on him.''
The 18th-ranked Runnin' Rebels know that all too well now.
Ragland had eight 3-pointers - one off the school record - and finished with 31 points to lead the Shockers to an 89-70 victory on Sunday.
UNLV (8-1) is undefeated no more.
''The credit all goes to Wichita State,'' Rice said. ''They got anything and everything they wanted. They executed really, really well.''
Ragland entered the game with five 3-pointers this season. He went 8 of 9 from beyond the arc for the Shockers (5-2).
''Once I made the first couple,'' Ragland said, ''I figured I would keep shooting whenever I was open.''
That plan worked well for Wichita State, which led by 15 points at halftime and were never threatened after that.
Carl Hall scored 17 points and Garrett Stutz added 13 for Wichita State.
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