Marshall let a double-digit lead evaporate in the second half and missed chances to win the game late.
Dave Wilson breaks down the 2016 signing class with Thundering Herd Recruiting Coordinator Todd Goebbel.
Marshall signed one of the top classes in C-USA and in the Group of 5.
Assistant coach and former Duke star, Chris Duhon, will be back on the bench after a two-month suspension for DUI.
Marshall overwhelmed the Blue Raiders Thursday night and are now in a first place tie atop the C-USA standings.
James Kelly is the featured guest. He's averaging almost 25 points and 11 rebounds a game in C-USA action, but may have been trying too hard early in the year.
Is Dave Wilson ready to buy into Marshall basketball this season? He explains and gets an update on the C-USA TV contracts.
Coach Dan D'Antoni was not pleased with his team's focus in its first conference loss of the season.
In the face of declining television revenues, Marshall is gauging fan interest in the possibility of selling alcohol during football games.
Dan D'Antoni believes the only person who can slow down James Kelly, is himself.
WVU president says it's an economic decision.
This week Herd softball's Morgan Zerkle, named to Team USA's Elite Team, is the featured guest. Plus, WV Gazette-Mail's Doug Smock talks TV Rights contracts and Herd basketball playing on the road.
With the offense rolling, Marshall has posted 90 points or more in four straight and are 4-0 to open C-USA play.
Marshall opened conference play with three consecutive wins and now has a full head of steam heading into a four-game road swing.
Marshall has scored 90 points or more in three straight games for the first time since 1995 and remains perfect in conference play.
Marshall is averaging 91 points in its six wins this season.
Allan Taylor commentary: With 13 nonleague basketball dates to be filled, many of them mismatches that lack any semblance of a storyline, West Virginia and Marshall should arrange a game somewhere each year.
Featured guest Ryan Taylor discusses the Herd's improvement as it enters conference play. Plus Dave Wilson offers his take on the end of the Capital Classic.
Mike Woelfel says introducing bill is a last resort to save Capital Classic game he believes is good for the state.
Sen. Mike Woelfel concerned current agreement could end.