MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) -- Tahjai Teague was awarded his sixth MAC player of the week award, adding to the record he already held.

Teague said he tries not to think about it too much and focus on his game. Teague also says that he is just going to stick to the game plan and not get too caught up in his own game.

Head Coach James Whitford said that getting a "bye" in the first round helps because it is easier to win three games than four.

He also said that going into their first game, his team needs to focus on being the best versions of themselves.

The Cardinals will play Kent State tomorrow at 9 p.m. in Cleveland.

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