Racers focused on defense as they prepare for Bethel
MURRAY, KY-- Through their first six games last year, the Murray State Racers were allowing 57 points a game. This season, they're giving up 67 points a night, so over the last six days between games, the Racers have put a lot of emphasis on their defense.
Muray State plays Bethel on Tuesday, an NAIA school that the Racers beat handily last season. But the Racers aren't looking past anybody.
"When you're playing college basketball, you can't doubt anybody," said senior guard Stacy Wilson. "We're going to prepar for them the same we do for any other team."
"They're a confident bunch," said Murray State head coach Steve Prohm of Bethel. "We're going to have to play well, and we're going to have to learn from this, and grow from this game within the game. So we can continue to grow, and do things better to take into the next game, and next practice."