Kent State needed overtime to beat Buffalo 83-81 in Mid-American Conference play. Randal Holt lead the Golden Flashes with 28 points.
Darren Goodson added 18 points for Kent State, while Chris Evans chipped in 14.
Buffalo lead at the half 41-32, but the Flashes fought their way back in the second half. Javon McCrea was a force for the Bulls all night. He lead everyone with 32 points and grabbed 15 rebounds.
Kent State (16-12, 6-7) will play Miami (OH) on Saturday in Oxford at 3:00 P.M.
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