It's back to work for the BracketBusting Cats and Dogs of the America East. Albany did the conference proud by dominating on the boards (+14) in their 70-67 near-miss against VCU
on Friday night; Vermont had less luck, shooting 27% and losing
to ex-AE Drexel in the radio-only portion of the event.
And there won't be any halftime ceremony tonight, but is somewhat of an Flanders Fields
game: Vermont, the champions of the past half-decade, with failing hands, throwing the torch... be Albany's to hold it high. The Great Danes are 11-2 in the league, and their biggest test of the upcoming tourney will be defeating both second-place Binghamton and their host building. Vermont? This was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but Mike Lonergan's boys have scraped together a 7-6 record on league-best shooting (44.5% FG). Yo Scoobies, don't get too comfy up there.
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