The freshman small forward scored 20 points on perfect 6-for-6 shooting against Northern Illinois, but against Ohio he's having an arguably more impressive day on the court: 3-for-3 from three, plus an additional jumper gives him 11 points on the day. Akron now leads 59-50 at the under-12 timeout.
Meanwhile, Ohio continues to struggle shooting from the field: they're just 4-for-13 but at least making their free throws (5-for-6). But they can't let this game get away from them.
Also, Kansas's home loss to Oklahoma State gives Akron the longest winning streak in Division I.