March Madness Scores: Murray State With Three-Point Halftime lead over Marquette

While it wouldn't be the shocking type of upset we saw last night, Murray State is in position to initiate the madness this Saturday, as they currently lead Marquette 28-25.

Just like each of the previous two NCAA Tournament games this afternoon, there's everything left to decide in the second half between the Racers and Golden Eagles.

A combined 4-21 from beyond the arc, both teams are struggling at doing what they've done well all season. If one team is able to shoot better from the floor in the second half, it could serve as the difference.

Murray State is led by three players with six points, while Marquette is led by Darius Johnson-Odom.

For up-to-the-minute scores on all NCAA Tournament games, please check out SI.com's complete scoreboard.

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