I went to the CCSU game last year with friends when it was in Connecticut. Their coach is one of the best in the business, however, he has trouble recruiting against other larger programs in the state - especially UConn. Last year LaSalle played them early in the year, and I sent the LaSalle coaching staff an article before the game from the Hartford Courant about a talented CCSU freshman named Kyle Vinales who had just scored 39 points vs. Niagara. LaSalle overplayed Vinales in their game and kept him out of his normal shooting range. Vinales is back as a sophmore and the rest of the team is a lot of new faces.
CCSU is far from horrible. They have a gameplan and are executing. They are shooting about 60% and on pace for 100 points. They are scoring in transition and on threes. But I think this is going to change and soon.
Fairfield gave up 63 points to these guys in a game with overtime, St Peter's gave up 60 points in a game and we gave them almost that in a half. Where is my pathetic statement unrealistic. By the way CCST lost both of those games. We should beat this team by 15-20 points but it is obvious that is not going to happen.