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Topic - Ray Giacoletti
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.
Richard Carter scored 23 points and Jordan Daniels added 22 as Drake's second half comeback topped Missouri State 84-74 on Wednesday.
Drake saw what it hopes to become as a basketball team. The Bulldogs just had to take a beating to fully appreciate it.
Wichita State soared past yet another overwhelmed Missouri Valley Conference opponent on Saturday night.
The University of Utah hired Nets assistant Larry Krystkowiak as their coach Sunday, picking him to lead the Utes into the Pacific 12 Conference.
Utah men's basketball coach Jim Boylen was hoping for one more year to rebuild.
"None of that matters against this team," he said. "They are just too relentless. It wears you down, physically and mentally."
"It's a much better basketball team now than it was at that time," Giacoletti said. "I've been doing this 29 years and have been around a lot of great teams that try to outscore you and out-talent you. This team tries to out-tough you in every single facet and really doesn't care about the other stuff."