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No. 20 NC State stays hot, beats Loyola (Maryland) 97-64 - Dec 29, 2018


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North Carolina State has a national ranking, confidence in a productive 10-man rotation and its best start in more than a decade. That's about all coach Kevin Keatts could've wanted from a now-completed nonconference schedule, which wrapped Friday night with the No. 20 Wolfpack beating Loyola (Maryland) 97-64. "If you had told me we would be 12-1, I probably would've taken it," Keatts said. "Obviously we had our chances to be 13-0." Fair enough, the Wolfpack (12-1) did lose close at No. 15 Wisconsin in November. But beyond that, there really isn't much that N.C. State left unaccomplished entering Atlantic Coast Conference play. Sophomore guard Braxton Beverly (6'0''-PG-97) sees improved defense. Senior Torin Dorn (6'5''-G-95) figures N.C. State has gotten better at closing games strong, which didn't happen in the road loss to the Badgers. And Keatts has been right so far - in nonconference play, anyway - that he can get reliable play deep down his rotation. It's key to the Wolfpack's success, both in keeping the players fresh in their fullcourt pressure and providing ways to offset a bad night from a key player. "I think it's been good for us," Dorn said. "I think we have a lot of guys who play extremely hard. When we're able to rotate in and out of that, we're able to stay fresh. It's worked for us so far and we'll see how it goes come ACC (play), and hopefully that'll be an asset for us." Dorn finished with 17 points and eight rebounds for the Wolfpack in the team's first game with an AP Top 25 ranking in nearly six years. N.C. State shot 63 percent and used a 13-0 run spanning halftime to stretch out the lead, then maintained a comfortable margin on the way to a sixth straight win. Less than a week after scoring 62 bench points, N.C. State finished with 45 bench points. It helped, too, that the Wolfpack scored 35 points off turnovers and blocked 13 shots. Andrew Kostecka (6'4''-G) scored 27 points for the Greyhounds (4-9), who closed a five-game road swing with a third straight loss by at least 18 points. "I think our guys were doing a good job of following the game plan, not playing individual basketball, playing team basketball," first-year Greyhounds coach Tavaras Hardy said. "And when we were doing that, we were getting good looks and good shots. We just had a stretch down at the end where we had turnovers that they were able to turn into layups."
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