While the Raiders have fared better than many programs – both in the area and around the nation – they still have had to deal with the uncompromising nature of the virus.
In a pair of wins at Detroit last weekend, the 6-foot-6 wing had a combined 34 points and 12 rebounds.
The Raiders accomplished what Nagy figured would be somewhat rare this season with the Horizon League weekend schedule — winning two games on consecutive days.
They shot 67% in the second half and 58.5 for the game — and went 10 of 20 on 3′s — in prevailing, 93-70, for their third straight blowout victory.
“This year we had almost the entire department get involved,” said Kurt Holden, interim director of public safety.
“You get a lot of cold food, and you just sit in your hotel room and stare at each other. It’s not super exciting to be on the road right now.”
"This is the team picked to win the MAC. They’re a dang-good basketball team. For us to win and win in that fashion is a really good sign for our program.”
The Raiders experienced a. bench-emptying blowout Sunday, putting together a near-flawless stretch while storming to a 39-point lead early in the second half and cruising to an 85-67 victory.
Scott Nagy has always been passionate about defense, and the stat he uses to measure his teams is points per possession, not points allowed per game.
“The thing about Loudon that’s impressive to me is his hands,” Jim Brown said. “Anything close, he gets his hands on it.”