Robert Morris

Still-less Colonials go wire-to-wire over Blue Devils, 74-67

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Braden Burke goes to the basket against Tyson Batiste Thursday. — GETTY

For the second time this season, Robert Morris' Isaiah Still sat from the sidelines and watched, hampered by a sprained right meniscus. And for the second time, the Colonials scored 74 points and came out victorious without their leading scorer.

This time, though, in 74-67 win over Central Connecticut State inside the soon-to-be obsolete Charles L. Sewall Center, Robert Morris found an offensive groove, shooting 52 percent from the floor and getting double-digit production from Kavon Stewart, Matty McConnell, Dachon Burke and Aaron Tate.

For some reason or another, this is a different team when Still isn't on the floor for the duration of the game, even if the players don't agree.

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