Add Some Spice

By wbng sports

January 19, 2011 Updated Jan 19, 2011 at 12:40 AM EDT

Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton)

Losing two in a row is not the end of the world.
Especially when you won your first 3.
But the BU men were taking last night's loss to Hartford particularly hard.

After the game Mark Macon did not allow any players to answer questions from the media.
A big part of the frustration comes from struggling against a zone defense.
They are seeing more and more of it, and will continue to do so until they have consistent efforts while facing a zone.

And to fix that Macon says his Bearcats will have a "spicy" practice today. One that includes the offense going against a zone of 6 or 7 defenders.

Macon says, " Guys don't like it, they tend to start analyzing stuff. 'there's 7 people out here, it's not going to be like this in games.' But it helps. So we'll have a spicy practice and I'll sit back and watch."

BU has a few days off before visiting Albany on Thursday night.

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