Xavier is back for round two with a Long Beach State team that the Muskies handled with ease last time they faced off. Xavier isn't undefeated anymore, but - unlike college football - that doesn't put the season in the balance. What may just do so is the team's enduring inability to defend the three point arc. Does that problem merit lineup changes? You tell us.
BOILERPLATE SECTION: everyone jump in with their depth charts in the comments; this is clearly becoming a thing. Be prepared to be respectful in questioning what other people put and in defending what you wrote. For what it's worth, here's some info that might inform your decisions:
- I'm sure you're well aware by now that Makinde London has taken a developmental redshirt. That distinction can be removed for any reason and at any time, just so you know.
- Coach Mack emphasized making toughness plays and being "more emotional" on the defensive end, whatever that means to you.
- Other than that, everyone is healthy and eligible to play.
|Depth chart over the past 5 games|
|11 Dee Davis 6-0 170 Sr||72%||10 Remy Abell 6-4 195 Jr||46%||5 Trevon Bluiett 6-6 215 Fr||49%||40 Matt Stainbrook 6-10 270 Sr||54%||2 James Farr 6-10 247 Jr||45%|
|3 Brandon Randolph 6-2 189 So||27%||15 Myles Davis 6-2 195 So||43%||55 J.P. Macura 6-5 190 Fr||24%||5 Trevon Bluiett 6-6 215 Fr||32%||1 Jalen Reynolds 6-10 232 So||35%|
|3 Brandon Randolph 6-2 189 So||6%||10 Remy Abell 6-4 195 Jr||20%||1 Jalen Reynolds 6-10 232 So||10%||40 Matt Stainbrook 6-10 270 Sr||17%|
|0 Larry Austin 6-2 174 Fr||5%||0 Larry Austin 6-2 174 Fr||5%||54 Sean O'Mara 6-10 247 Fr||4%|
|4 Edmond Sumner 6-5 170 Fr||4%||3 Brandon Randolph 6-2 189 So||4%|