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DDN: Wright State needs to set aside loss, get ready for another tough test

Trey Calvin

Excerpt from the Dayton Daily News

Wright State coach Scott Nagy has always been able to see the big picture and put unpleasant outcomes in their proper perspective — at least eventually.

The way his team looked in its season-opener, though, hasn’t been easy to shake.

Of course, it’s just one game. The Raiders have 29 more on the schedule, including one at home at 7 p.m. Tuesday against a top-tier mid-major in Toledo.

But Nagy knows the problems that surfaced in the 105-77 shellacking at Colorado State won’t magically disappear without the Raiders making a major commitment to getting them fixed.

“There are things that are lingering with our team. This is the third year in a row that we haven’t gotten off to a very good start,” he said.

“It’s just one game. But there are some patterns where we’re seeing the same things over and over. We need to get it changed.”