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Topic - Gary Waters
It's "Hoopy Hour" at Cleveland State, and as a handful of fans play Cornhole, while downing $2 draft beers overlooking the court, one of the nation's remaining unbeaten teams is doing layups as Eminem's "Not Afraid" echoes through the nearly empty arena.
"When we defend," Waters said, "we can play with anybody."
"They like each other," Waters said. "We have a training table, and they'll stay there an hour afterward just talking. At Rutgers, I couldn't get guys to stay together for five minutes. They legitimately care about each other, and when you get that, you got a chance."