What's at stake: There might not be two teams in the country that need a win more than Coppin and Morgan. The Eagles' last game wasn't just a disappointing 69-51 loss at Delaware State, their third straight overall. It was also the Hornets' first win since late November — a streak of 21 straight defeats, the second longest in Division I — and only victory against Division I competition this year. The Bears’ last game, meanwhile, was a forfeit. Saturday night’s game at Hampton ended with 13:33 remaining in the second half, after Morgan coach Todd Bozeman and sophomore forward David Syfax were ejected. According to the Daily Press (Va.), citing reports from the game, Bozeman took the Bears off the floor and refused to continue playing. The preseason favorite in the MEAC, Morgan has just two wins in its past seven games and is a loss Monday away from Coppin’s first regular-season sweep in the series since 2015.