The clear trend after two Gannon games this season is a lack of scoring. After tallying just 59 in their season-opening win over Cal, the Knights managed only 52 today in a 56-52 loss at Seton Hill. I'd like to share some earth-shattering insights with you, but the press release from the Gannon sports information department said pretty much everything in the opening sentence:
The Seton Hill men's basketball team held Gannon
scoreless for the final 4:02 and without a field goal for the final 8:31 en
route to a 56-52 victory Saturday night in Pennsylvania State Athletic
Conference (PSAC) Western Division action at the McKenna Center.
What else do you need to know?
If the Knights would have registered just two measly field goals in the
final 8 1/2 minutes, they'd have a road win under their belt. Gannon is clearly special defensively, but you've got to get out of the 50s to win consistently in the shot-clock era.