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No. 5 Shockers stroll past Drake

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Wichita State forward Darius Carter looks to dunk the ball over Drake guard Jordan Daniels, left, and Jacob Enevold during a Missouri Valley Conference basketball game on Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa.

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DES MOINES, Iowa — Wichita State soared past yet another overwhelmed Missouri Valley Conference opponent on Saturday night.
Now the Shockers could be in line for another leap in the national polls.
Cleanthony Early scored 19 points, Ron Baker added 14 and fifth-ranked Wichita State stayed perfect with a 78-61 win over Drake.
Wichita State’s latest win — combined with an ugly home loss by No. 4 Villanova to Creighton during the week and No. 3 Michigan State’s home defeat against No. 21 Michigan on Saturday — could put the Shockers (21-0, 8-0 MVC) in position to leapfrog both teams on ...

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