Gannon's ginormous 74-71 win at Slippery Rock Wednesday night. I could only follow the game's live stats intermittently because I was in Maui at a work-related conference. (Read all about it here if you have any interest in business and retail technology.) The only thing I could bring back for you was a photo of the sunset I enjoyed after the Knights rallied past the Rock.
I didn't think I'd be typing this in January 2015, but Gannon was led by Matthew Dogan (13 points) and Dan Kaigler (10), both those numbers career highs. But if a low-scoring player was going to break out, it would be at Slippery Rock.
I have to board my plane right now, but if I recall correctly, SRU is where then-freshman Tanner Furno and later role player Roger Livramento had the games of their lives. Strange how crazy repeats itself that way.