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Topic - Gregg Marshall
Wichita State's still perfect. And proudly awaiting a No. 1 seed.
No. 2 Wichita State is still perfect. Calm and collected, too, in a 32nd straight win.
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall, whose team is the first to go unbeaten in the regular season in a decade, was a near unanimous choice as Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year for the third straight season.
Missouri State coach Paul Lusk knew his Bears would have to get out to another big early lead if they were going to complete the job against No. 2 Wichita State on Saturday.
The chant started when Ron Baker walked toward the Wichita State bench for the final time, and reached a crescendo when he popped the front of his jersey - No. 31.
With their votes due this weekend, Bradley's Geno Ford had an easy solution for how Missouri Valley coaches and media should decide the conference's player of the year this season.
In a story Feb. 25, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Wichita State was the 11th team to start a season 30-0. They are the 12th team to do so.
RIP, "mid-major." It was a good run.
Bradley coach Geno Ford was pleased with his team's effort Tuesday night.
About 11 minutes into the game, fans might've thought Drake had undefeated No. 3 Wichita State in a vulnerable spot: the Bulldogs had a lead and the Shockers' best players - Cleanthony Early and Ron Baker - were benched by foul trouble.
Wichita State went to the Final Four last year, yet there was something missing for that team: a Missouri Valley Conference championship.
The last of the unbeaten, Wichita State has just three games remaining before it enters the Missouri Valley tournament - three games left in its regular-season pursuit of perfection.
Loyola coach Porter Moser looked out on the floor and saw exactly where he wants to take his program.
Fred VanVleet attempted six shots from the field and made them all. He took 10 foul shots and every one of those went in, too.
Evansville coach Marty Simmons had a tough time sitting through Sunday's game.
"We know the routine, we know the hotel. There won't be any ooh, aah moments," Marshall said. "It will be just business as usual."
"We're not flawless," Marshall said. "Our record is flawless. We've got great players. They've taken us on an unbelievable ride to this point."