For Murray State, Isaiah Canaan has been the leader of a talented crew of players who have lost just once in 2012. The No. 14 Racers relied on that blueprint to get a 69-64 comeback win over Tennessee Tech on Saturday night.
After trailing 34-30 at halftime, the Racers started slow in the second period, allowing the Golden Eagles to build their lead to 10 points. But Murray State countered with a 22-7 run to take the lead, and finished with a 10-5 run that included the game's final four points after Tennessee Tech closed to 65-64. Canaan led his team with 18 points, and though he was the only Racer in double figures, he was one of seven Murray State players with six or more points.
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