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Buzz still exists on Wolters

Those in the know and close to the IPFW men's basketball program were still talking about the 53 points that South Dakota State standout Nate Wolters dropped on the Mastodons last Thursday at Memorial Coliseum.

"Unbelievable" and "unstoppable" were a few of the words bounced around about Wolters, who led the Jackrabbits to an 80-74 win.

Meanwhile, IPFW senior Frank Gaines played second fiddle to Wolters with his 29 points. Gaines has averaged 22.2 points in his last 10 games.

IPFW (10-15, 3-8 Summit League) will try to break a two-game losing string when it faces North Dakota State tonight at the Gates Center.

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