Indiana State at No. 5 Wichita State

 

If this was baseball or cycling, you would say Indiana State’s shooting numbers are on PEDs.

Sycamores know this is more than your average conference game.

Indiana State can get the attention of the nation’s 304,456 bracketologists with a win.

The silly season of Shocker coverage has arrived. If you’re a Shocker fan who hasn’t been on camera by the end of this season, you’re not trying hard enough.

 Because I know you love lists, here is every game played by the Shockers at the WU Fieldhouse/Levitt/Koch as a top-five team:

2013-14

No. 5 WSU 72, Bradley 50 – Jan. 14, 2014

1981-82

No. 4 WSU 118, Texas-Pan American 65 – Dec. 19, 1981

No. 4 WSU 75, No. 9 UAB 60 – Dec. 12, 1981

No. 4 WSU 87, Cincinnati 67 – Dec. 5, 1981

No. 4 WSU 100, District of Columbia 76 – Dec. 4, 1981

1964-65

No. 5 WSU 96, Louisville 76 – Jan. 30, 1965

No. 3 WSU 75, Saint Louis 64 – Jan. 16, 1965

No. 5 WSU 94, Southern Illinois 81 – Jan. 11, 1965

No. 2 WSU 107, North Texas State 88 – Jan. 2, 1965

No. 2 WSU 81, BYU 65 – Dec. 12, 1964

No. 2 WSU 93, BYU 76 – Dec. 11, 1964

No. 2 WSU 73, Texas Western 55 – Dec. 9, 1964

No. 3 WSU 114, Long Beach State 78 – Dec. 5, 1964

1963-64

Kansas State 94, No. 5 WSU 86 – March 14, 1964 (NCAA Tournament)

No. 5 WSU 84, Creighton 68 – March 13, 1964 (NCAA Tournament)

No. 5 WSU 90, North Texas State 83 – March 2, 1964

No. 5 WSU 98, Tulsa 79 – Feb. 29, 1964

No. 4 WSU 65, No. 9 Loyola 60 – Feb. 4, 1964

Texas Western 75, No. 5 WSU 74 – Dec. 4, 1963

No. 5 WSU 71, Colorado 61 – Dec. 2, 1963

No. 5 WSU 82, Wyoming 67 – Nov. 30, 1963