The Racers (21-0, 9-0 Ohio Valley) extended the best start in program history with another double-digit win. The margin of victory was just more than their average of 14.5 points entering the game.
The Panthers have lost five games in a row since beating Tennessee-Martin on January 12th and fell to 0-17 all-time against ranked teams, including 0-14 on the road.
Murray State pushed its lead to 35-10 in the all-time series, which includes a 73-40 win on December 30.
The Racers now move on to play the SE Missouri St. Indians on Thursday. The team has seven games standing between them and a perfect regular season.