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NCCU plays its third game in Miami this season tonight against Murray State

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click to enlarge C.J. Wilkerson, #12, shown during the Eagles' season opener at UNC, will try to lead his team to an upset of Murray State tonight. (File photo by Jeremy Lange)
  • C.J. Wilkerson, #12, shown during the Eagles' season opener at UNC, will try to lead his team to an upset of Murray State tonight. (File photo by Jeremy Lange)

N.C. Central will try again for an upset tonight in the 2K Sports Classic Benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer, when the Eagles take on Murray State in Miami.

LeVelle Moton's club is 0-2 in the event, losing its season opener at UNC last week before giving Subregional host Florida International fits in an 83-73 loss Friday night.

Murray State walloped James Madison 71-43 in the other Friday night game in Miami.

C.J. Wilkerson is the scoring leader for the Eagles, who will play JMU on Monday at 4 in their final game of the event.

Sunday's game

N.C. Central vs. Murray State

[Sunday, 6 p.m., U.S. CenturyBank Arena, Miami]

First meeting

Records: NCCU 1-3, MSU.

Audio: WRJD-AM 1410, nccueaglepride.com

Coaches' records - NCCU: LeVelle Moton 1-3; MSU: Billy Kennedy 159-166, 55-40 at MSU.

Leading scorers - NCCU: C.J. Wilkerson 15.8; MSU: Ivan Aska 15.0.

Leading rebounders - NCCU: Vincent Davis 5.0; MSU: Tony Easley 8.3.

Assist leaders - NCCU: Michael Glasker 3.8; MSU: B.J. Jenkins 3.7.

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