BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - With a 6-1 record, Canisius already has more wins than it did in 30 games last season. This Saturday, though, will provide the ultimate test.
The Griffins will visit 4th-ranked Syracuse Saturday night.
"They're as good as anybody in the country," said Canisius Head Coach Jim Baron. "They don't have too many weaknesses. They're very long, very athletic."
"If we want to make an impact in the game, we have to make it into a transition basketball game," said guard Harold Washington. "If we try to turn it into a half-court game, we'll be fighting an uphill battle."
Saturday's matchup is set for a 7pm start at the Carrier Dome.
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