VESTAL -- The Bearcats are switching gears to a new, high speed offense. It comes on the heels of the team's 76-62 loss to Hartford last night. Head Coach Tommy Dempsey pointed to his team's lack of energy as the reason for its second half faltering. With the season winding down, Dempsey wants to kick up the energy and familiarize his team with the new system.
Here's why, says the coach, "We're trying to focus on us. We're not in a position to cut the nets down right now. We're just trying to focus on things that we need to do for our program and let the rest of it take care of itself."
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