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Davidson, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - With an eight-game win streak in tow, the 22nd-ranked Dayton Flyers head out on the road on Tuesday for an Atlantic 10 Conference showdown with the Davidson Wildcats at Belk Arena. Archie Millers Flyers are an impressive 15-2 on the season and have actually won 13 of their last 14 games with the lone loss during that span, a 69-55 setback at Arkansas on Dec. 13. The team has started league play out at 5-0 after Saturdays 61-45 rout of Saint Louis. Dayton is seeking its first 6-0 start to league play since the 2003-04 campaign. Bob McKillops Wildcats are one of the more dangerous teams in the A-10. Davidson is 12-4 overall and 3-2 in league play after Saturdays disappointing 89-63 blasting at the hands of Richmond on the road. The Wildcats, who opened the season with nine wins in their first 10 games, have now split their last six outings. Davidson comes in with a stellar 8-1 record at home this season. Davidson has won all three previous meetings with Dayton. However, this series has been idle since 1973. The Flyers are a defensive-minded squad that likes to enforce their will at that end of the floor first. The team has done well in that regard, holding opponents to just 58.1 ppg and a mere .387 shooting from the floor. The tight defense extends beyond the arc, where foes are connecting on a meager .296 from long range. The team boasts of a trio of double-digit scoring averages, with senior guard Jordan Siberts 15.7 ppg representing the best of the bunch. Junior forward Dyshawn Pierre (12.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg) and sophomore forward Kendall Pollard (10.5 ppg) provide depth. Dayton held Saint Louis to an ugly 37-percent shooting performance and outscored the Billikens 21-5 at the free-throw line to keep the win streak going. Pollard led the way, converting 8-of-10 shots from the floor and pacing all scorers with 20 points. Sibert wasnt far behind with 18 points, while Pierre recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Unlike the Flyers, the Wildcats are more of an offensive juggernaut. Davidson leads the A-10 and ranks seventh nationally in scoring at 82.4 ppg. The team is shooting an efficient .474 from the floor overall, and utilizes the 3- pointers as much as any team in the nation, averaging 10.6 made 3-pointers per game. Scoring depth isnt a problem, as five Wildcats are currently averaging double figures, led by Tyler Kalinoski (16.4 ppg) and Jack Gibbs (15.8 ppg), who rank seventh and ninth in the conference in scoring, respectively. Jordan Barham (10.7 ppg), Brian Sullivan (10.6 ppg) and Peyton Aldridge (10.1 ppg) provide more than enough options at the offensive end. The offensive performance that Davidson displayed against Richmond was certainly an anomaly. The Wildcats shot just 40 percent from the floor overall, a number skewed by an ugly 6-of-22 effort from 3-point range. 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Im a little older, so its a Greek yogurt instead of the bagel, but Im still "Milk no sugar," and still loving the view at the glass.Favourite donut: Chocolate GlazedAaron WardMy order: Large coffee double/double with two Splenda/Sugar Twin. I order it most often in the International Departures terminal at Pearson Airport when Im purchasing my 144 premade packets of Tim Hortons coffee to take home to North Carolina. The ladies at Tim Hortons know me as "that guy who buys all that coffee."Favourite donut: Apple Fritter. (But my real go-to is 10 Sour Cream Glazed and 10 Apple Fritter Timbits.)Jamie McLennanMy order: I love the grilled cheese with chili on the side. I order that during winter when Im coming to the studio to watch games and do a show. Thankfully, the Tims location not far from the TSN studio is always there when I need it.ddddddddddddavourite donut: Sour Cream Glazed (with a hot chocolate)Gord MillerMy order: Cinnamon Raisin bagel, lightly toasted, lightly buttered. With an orange juice.Favourite donut: Oatmeal Raisin cookies Loading The boys are getting ready for tonights NHL Season Preview Show on TSN1 and TSN4 at 8 pm ET. #NHL #TSN View on Instagram @-webkit-keyframesdkaXkpbBxI{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} } @keyframesdkaXkpbBxI{ 0%{opacity:0.5;} 50%{opacity:1;} 100%{opacity:0.5;} }(The Panel getting prepped for the Hockey Season Preview show in their environment)Ray FerraroMy order: First of all, Tims Dark Roast. Two cream, one sugar. Follow that with a 12 Grain bagel, double toasted, with light strawberry cream cheese.Favourite donut: Vanilla Dip (with sprinkles)Chris CuthbertMy order: On the road, breakfast is the Tim Hortons egg whites on English Muffin, but I go bacon instead of sausage. Extra-large double-double coffee with pumpkin flavour shot in the fall. And for lunch, ‎Turkey Bacon Club and chicken noodle soup! Favourite donut: I only window shop the donuts, but will admit it hurts not to go Maple Dip. ' ' '

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