After a disappointing loss to Wagner that saw the Rams put up their lowest point total in over 15 years, the Rams have hit the road to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores.
The Rams (1-1) have had a tough go of things lately. VCU is not fielding its ideal roster with the injuries to guards Ace Baldwin and Jamir Watkins creating different rotations and roles than head coach Mike Rhoades originally intended when assembling this team.
However, VCU has seen some optimistic signs. KeShawn Curry and Hason Ward seem to be the guys to lead the Rams this season on the floor, while freshman guard Jayden Nunn has exceeded expectations thus far in the starting point guard role.
Nevertheless, the two games VCU has played do represent data points, and the points are not pretty. Look for VCU to continue to experiment and attempt to improve with the Battle 4 Atlantis looming next week.
Hosting the Rams are the Vanderbilt Commodores (2-0), playing the third of four consecutive home games. Vanderbilt...