HUNTINGTON - Marshall's Thundering Herd is still fourth in the Conference USA men's basketball standings after a Thursday loss to Old Dominion University, but the chase is on for that coveted spot.Marshall has a 10-5 conference record and trails only first-place and AP No. 24 Middle Tennessee (14-1), ODU (13-2) and Western Kentucky (13-2) in the standings.
HUNTINGTON — Numbers that mattered most to the Marshall Thundering Herd were 72 and 55.Old Dominion University defeated the Marshall men’s basketball team Thursday night, 84-79, in Cam Henderson Center when the home team had only five offensive rebounds and committed 19 turnovers. ODU’s 17-5 edge in offensive rebounds and Marshall’s turnovers led to the Monarchs getting 72 field goal attempts to the Herd’s 55.ODU’s rebounding advantage led to a 21-2 edge in second-chance scoring.
HUNTINGTON - Conference USA's best defensive team (Old Dominion University) meets the best offensive team (Marshall Thundering Herd) on the Cam Henderson Center court Thursday night.ODU's defense allows just 62.0 points per game to rank fourth in the nation. Marshall scores 84.6 a game to rank 13th nationally with an average possession of 13.9 seconds that is third-fastest in the nation. ODU's average possession is 18.3 seconds.
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