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26-4, 1st in MVC
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Wichita's true home-court advantage

With Tuesday's 109-83 win, Wichita St. is now 62-2 at home over the last four seasons, with only Arizona (66-1) posting a better home win percentage. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the Shockers' three games with at least 100 points this season are their most since they had four such games with Xavier McDaniel in 1982-83.

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Wichita State defeated Evansville 109-83 Tuesday, its 3rd 100-point game this season. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it's the first time Wichita State has scored at least 100 points three times in a season since 1982-83 (did it four times).

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Wichita State rolls past Evansville (0:39)

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Wichita State improves to 62-2 at home over the last four seasons. Only Arizona (66-1) has a better home win percentage in that span.

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3dEamonn Brennan

Bubble Watch: St. Mary's nearing a lock, Akron out

Saint Mary's should be a lock to make the tourney. Middle Tennessee, Illinois State, UT Arlington and Wichita State have some work left to do. Meanwhile, farewell to Akron, a long shot without a single top-100 win that fell at home to Kent State on Friday.

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Gonzaga, Villanova, Kansas top men's poll

Gonzaga, Villanova and Kansas are the top three teams in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the third straight week.

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Wichita State leads Northern Iowa by 12 at halftime. During their 9-game win streak, the Shockers have outscored their opponents by 22.6 PPG.

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8dJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Kansas and Wichita State meet again?

Wichita State shocked Kansas in the NCAA tournament two years ago. The Jayhawks could earn revenge in this year's second round, according to Lunardi's latest projection.

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10dEamonn Brennan

Bubble Watch: Other at-large contenders

Gonzaga remains a lock, and Saint Mary's should be in. Illinois State, Middle Tennessee, Akron, UT-Arlington and Wichita State still have work left to do, while UNC Wilmington has dropped out.

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11dJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: No. 9 seeds are dangerous

VCU and Wichita State both have a history of NCAA tournament success. They're joined by Virginia Tech and Miami on the latest No. 9 line.

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Wichita St. overwhelms Illinois St. 86-45

Conner Frankamp scored 18 points and Shaquille Morris had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Wichita State put a beat down on Illinois State in an 86-45 win on Saturday night as the Shockers drew even

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Wichita State clearly not going to give up the Missouri Valley without a fight. Just beat previously-unbeaten (in the league) Illinois State by 41.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Wild day for basketball in the state of Kansas. KU losing at home to Iowa State and Kansas State saving its season and possible NCAA bid with win at Baylor. Wichita State is next up at 8 pm ET on ESPN2 against Illinois State. Lose and the Valley could go to the Redbirds.

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25dJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Lots of movement on the bubble

Clemson, Miami and VCU rise to the No. 10 line, while Minnesota falls to a 10 seed. Michigan, Oklahoma State, TCU and Wake Forest barely made the cut. Who was left out of our latest projection?

Team Stats

Points Per Game82.420th
Rebounds Per Game40.86th
Assists Per Game17.213th
Points Allowed62.916th

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record17-14
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances13