Looking at the Bearcats recent schedule, it may be tough to look past the five straight losses. But, consider that in that five game losing streak they played a first-year D-I UMass Lowell trying to prove itself at the highest level, followed by the best four teams in the America East. On the road in Albany and at home against Hartford, the final outcome was not decided until inside the final minute.
So while, none of that changes the fact that BU is riding a five game losing streak, there's enough to be confident about heading into Wednesday's matchup against UMBC. So, Tommy Dempsey isn't quite ready to press the panic button just yet.
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