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Marshall beats WVU Tech 87-65

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) Ryan Taylor scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds on Tuesday to lead Marshall to an 87-65 win over NAIA West Virginia University Institute of Technology. DeVince Boykins, JP Kambola and Jay Johnson scored nine apiece for Marshall (3-0). Cheikh Sane scored nine and had 16 rebounds. Taylor scored 15 in the first half and Marshall outshot the Golden Bears...
Via AP on Fox
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

New Herd basketball tempo on display at 'Madness'

By Doug Smock HUNTINGTON - This run 'n' gun offense cultivated by new Marshall coach Dan D'Antoni is no joke.In the "Thundering Herd Madness" exhibition Thursday, the White team beat the Green team 50-37 in the scrimmage portion, which tells you nothing on the surface.Here's what it does tell you: These players combined for 87 points in a 20-minute scrimmage. With a running...
Via Charleston Daily Mail - Marshall
October 23, 2014
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