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WATCH: Central Michigan’s Marcus Keene goes for 50 in OT win vs. Miami


In case you missed it on Saturday, which would have been nearly impossible to do so, Central Michigan guard and the nation’s leading scorer Marcus Keene netted 50 points in a 101-92 overtime win at home against Miami-OH.

Here’s a look at some highlights of Keene’s afternoon and a further look into the historical feats he accomplished.

The 50-point performance upped his season average to 29.8 points per game, tops in the entire country and nearly a whole six points clear of No. 2 in that category (Alec Peters, VALPO – 23.9 PPG). Kudos to you, Mr. Keene!

**Stats courtesy of ESPN

Written by Alex Muller

MSU Graduate. Just a city boy born and raised in south Detroit. Baseball is life, a pitcher at heart. Freelance writer for MIPrepZone (News-Herald, Press & Guide).

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