Kent State

This is getting a bit monotonous. Kent State is another mid-major opponent with a 10-2 record, playing a deliberate pace with a lot of passes and few turnovers. They too are pretty accurate from behind the arc, although they don't put up nearly as many threes as Valpo was wont to do. The Golden Flashes will also put up more of a rebounding challenge - center Haminn Quaintance pulls down 14% of the missed shots on his end of the court - and is a bit more respectable on the defensive end than the previous opponent.

UNC will be without Alex Stepheson, and Quentin Thomas is still questionable with a sore ankle. Kent State, as always, is susceptible to good shooting.

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