Savannah State coach Horace Broadnax said his Tigers have the means to be competitive with the likes of No. 14 Wisconsin.
He just needs them to believe it.
The Tigers struggled badly on offense Thursday night in a 66-33 loss to the Badgers, who were led by Jared Berggren's 13 points.
It was the fifth of six games Savannah State (4-8) is playing on the road to start the season against the likes of Georgetown, Indiana and Georgia Tech. All have been blowout losses.
''We've got the means to be successful and competitive,'' Broadnax said, adding his team hasn't quite figured that out yet.
Then again, a lot of teams have struggled against Wisconsin (10-2). Coming into the game giving up a national-best 44.7 points a game, Thursday marked the fourth time Wisconsin has held an opponent to 33 points or less.
''We stuck to our rules,'' Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said simply of the effort of his Badgers, who were largely dominant from start to finish, save for a brief letup to start the se...