Anyone who made the 13-hour drive to Omaha for the Kent State game has to be disappointed at halftime. The Flashes can't buy a bucket. The are playing so poorly that when sophomore guard Chris Singletary spun his way inside and connected on a basket with three minutes and 53 seconds left in the first half the crowd became uproarious. After all, it was Kent State's first basket in nearly seven minutes. The Flashes shot a dismal 5-24 (20.8 percent) in the first half, 0-7 from 3-point range and 0-2 from the free throw line. It's downright ugly in Omaha.
31-10 Runnin' Rebels at the half.