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After Marshall's big 79-61 win over Tulsa, Marshall junior guard DeAndre Kane talked about his Thundering Herd's recent play and about Marshall head coach Tom Herrion.

While the Herd snapped its three-game losing streak on Wednesday vs. the Golden Hurricane, Kane was a little upset with the way certain members of them media were treating Herrion in the papers.

Kane said that there was no one to blame for the Herd's play except for the players.

He defended coach Herrion saying he created great game plans and had his team prepared during the Herd's recent skid.

But in the end, it was the players that weren't focused.

Marshall will try to make it two straight when it (8-8) travels to UTEP (7-8) for Saturday's first C-USA road game.

Tip off set for 9 p.m.