JONESBORO, Ark. -- Justin Drummond scored 19 points and led four teammates in double digits Tuesday night and Toledo came from behind to beat Arkansas State 78-65 to remain unbeaten.
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Toledo held a 15-13 edge until 13:22, when Ed Townsel hit a 3-pointer to put Arkansas State (5-4) up 16-15. The Red Wolves led by as many as six points and led 44-40 at halftime on a two-point tip shot by Kirk Van Slyke.
Toledo came out on a 10-2 run in the second half and took a 50-46 lead on a layup by J.D. Weatherspoon, then steadily pulled away.
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