The Kent State Golden Flashes scored a nice upset over the West Virginia Mountaineers on Tuesday, making a second-half comeback to eventually take the 70-60 win. Senior guard Carlton Guyton scored 17 points and had a rebound, and four other players were in double figures in the win over West Virginia. He was followed closely by West Virginia forward Kevin Jones, who had 15 points, but also 18 rebounds on the day. The rebounding in particular was impressive for West Virginia, but the team ended up with a loss either way.
But that wasn't the most impressive thing on the day. No, that came when Kent State's Chris Evans caught an alley oop over the head of West Virginia Freshman Gary Browne. The oop came from just about half court and was virtually uncontested by Browne, who didn't get any lift and hardly registered on the 6'7'' Evans' radar. Below, we've got a video, thanks to Ballin' Is A Habit.