Temple's high-scoring offense is set for a game with Buffalo.
The Temple men's basketball team will try to keep its undefeated season alive when it travels to play the Buffalo Bulls on Wednesday night.
The Owls have started the season fast, winning their first three games. Temple has wins against Kent State, Rice and Delaware so far this season. The offense has been strong, averaging 77 points per game.
Buffalo has already played seven games this season and has amassed a 2-5 record. The Bulls are fresh off a 76-57 win over Mansfield on Saturday. The win snapped a three-game losing streak.
Temple's offense features four players averaging more than 10 points per game. Scootie Randall is the team's leading scorer, averaging 22 points per game. He's also picking up eight rebounds per game.
Khalif Wyatt is second on the team with 15 points per game. Anthony Lee, who's averaging 13 points per game, is grabbing a team-high nine rebounds per game.
The Bulls' main threat this season has been forward Javon McCrea. The junior is averaging 17 points and six rebounds per game. The team's second-leading scorer is Jarod Oldham, who is averaging just nine points per game.
Tip off is set for 7 p.m. ET.