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Losing Trevor is going to hurt no doubt, but I will say I went to most of the home games this year, and I thought one of our best games of the year was a game in Reynolds against Charleston Southern. Trevor tweaked his ankle and didn’t play, so Caleb started in his place. It helped that Martin was absolutely on fire, but the important thing is, the team did just fine without him. At least for that one game. Dez played a lot of minutes in that game as well, and that is where losing Lacey is really going to hurt. We basically have no back-up point guard at the moment. However, I’m pretty sure the staff is working on something to help overcome that issue.