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Furman likes all its numbers heading into postseason

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Head Coach Bob Richey

Furman Head Coach Bob Richey has high hopes for the Paladins as they head into postseason play in Asheville this weekend. The 25-6 team has won 10 of its last 11 matchups, stepping into the Southern Conference Tournament as the No. 2 seed with 15 conference wins.

In a piece by Myron Hosea in The Greenville News, Richey reflected on the loss to Wofford Jan. 17. “Twelve games ago, we didn’t have the game we wanted against Wofford,” he said. “That was probably our worst game of the year by far. This group handled it maturely … We’ve figured out a way to become the best version of ourselves going into the end of the season. Now we’ve just got to stay with it.”



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