The Panthers (4-3) took the lead for good on a dunk by Corey Law that made it 7-5, stretched the margin to 43-26 at halftime and opened the second half with an 18-0 run that included nine points by Edwards.
Johnson & Wales (3-11), a U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association team, scored just 10 points in the second half, making 4 of 31 shots (12.9 percent). The 63-point margin of defeat matched the Wildcats' most lopsided this season, a 109-46 loss to North Carolina Central on Nov. 12.
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