Shocker great Antoine Carr weighs in on Shocker skid

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

The Shockers lost a second straight conference game Saturday in Houston. The loss marked the first time since February of 2013 that Wichita State dropped back-to-back games in league play.

The losses and several slow starts have some former Shockers weighing in on ways to right the ship.

One such former player is Antoine Carr who was in attendance in the loss to the Cougars and had plenty to say in a postgame interview.

"You started out playing angry, that's how you became how you are," Carr said. "Continue that, you don't ever change it. You have that attitude every time. You walk out on the floor, everybody's hating you, you've got to go win it. You've got to play angry every minute. Y'all hear me? Play angry."

WSU will host Central Florida Thursday night at 8 p.m. as they look to get back to their winning ways.

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