Carr kept the Bears (7-12, 3-3) close, then got them even. After he hit two free throws, it was 64-62. Morgan turned it over on Coppin State’s would-be nail-in-the-coffin possession, and Morgan State coach Bozeman had time to draw up an end-game play as the officials confirmed their call. The first option was Kendley, who missed on a tough drive, but there was Carr afterward, cleaning up the mess and drawing a foul with 6.1 seconds remaining. He hit one free throw, then the all-important second, silencing the announced 2,100 on hand, a season high.