Wichita, KS (SportsNetwork. Grizzlies Jerseys China .com) - The 11th-ranked Wichita State Shockers face a stern test on Tuesday night, as they entertain the Alabama Crimson Tide at Koch Arena. Alabama is sporting a 6-2 record, and the team has won three of its last four games. A 65-53 triumph over visiting Tennessee Tech on Saturday was the most recent, and a win in this contest would even the Tides road record at 1-1 after it dropped a 97-84 decision at Xavier in its only other true away game back on Dec. 6. Wichita State took its stellar 6-1 record into Saturdays clash at Detroit, and while it wasnt pretty, the Shockers put another tally in the win column by claiming a 77-68 triumph. That victory evened the teams road record at 1-1, and it was its third straight win overall. WSUs lone setback of the campaign happened at Utah on Dec. 3 (69-68 OT). This is the second straight season in which these two teams have met, and Wichita State won last years matchup in Tuscaloosa, 72-67, to knot the all- time series at 3-3. Alabama got off to a slow start in its recent bout with Tennessee Tech, leading 37-36 at the break. The Golden Eagles scored only 17 points in the second half, as they were held to a season-low 53 total points. Rodney Cooper used an 11-of-14 effort at the free-throw line to tally a game-high 23 points, while Levi Randolph was the only other UA player to hit for double figures as he chipped in 10 points to go with five assists. As a team, the Crimson Tide shot 6-of-14 from 3-point range and committed only nine turnovers, while Tech shot just 34.6 percent from the field overall and was more than doubled up in points from the charity stripe, 25-12. Despite his lackluster showing in the last game, Randolph continues to pace the team in scoring with his 17.8 ppg, and he ranks second on the team in rebounding with 5.1 rpg. He is first in assists with 24, and steals with 14. Other solid contributors include Cooper (13.4 ppg, 3.8 rpg), Ricky Tarrant (13.4 ppg) and Shannon Hale (9.4 ppg, 3.6 rpg) for a team that is generating 78 ppg and allowing 71.4 ppg, while coming up even in the rebounding battle (+0.1) and slightly ahead in turnovers (+2.4). Wichita State shot only 41.3 percent from the floor, yet still posted a double-digit win at Detroit over the weekend. The Shockers nailed nine treys, missing 19 more, and got a double-double performance from Darius Carter as he finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Ron Baker was high man with 19 points and he grabbed seven boards, while Fred VanVleet and Tekele Cotton chipped in with 11 points apiece. WSU wound up on the plus side of the ledger in rebounding (42-35), committed 10 turnovers to 13 for the Titans, and outscored its hosts at the foul line, 16-7. Baker is averaging 18.5 ppg as the team leader in scoring, but he gets help from three other starters, as the Shockers light up the scoreboard for 78.1 ppg in hitting 46.6 percent of their field goal attempts, which includes a 37.6 percent showing from long range. Defensively, Wichita State is putting the clamps on in allowing only 59.9 ppg, with foes converting only 41.3 percent of their total shots. Furthermore, the Shockers owns significant advantages in both rebounds (+9.4) and turnovers (+5.0). Bruno Caboclo Jersey . Calgarys Bo Levi Mitchell and Montreals Troy Smith will be the starting quarterbacks in a CFL season-opener for the first time in their careers. Both want to reinforce their No. 1 status. You can watch the game live in the first half of a doubleheader on TSN and TSN GO at 3:00pm et/Noon pt. Wholesale Grizzlies Jerseys . So they rushed to re-sign the first baseman who general manager Ben Cherington described Friday as "a unique player." 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