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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Jordan Brickman
Ed DeChellis' first season as Navy's basketball coach ended on a 22-game losing streak, with a variety of symptoms for the Midshipmen's struggles.
Navy basketball coach Ed DeChellis didn't know who would play point guard for the Midshipmen as he started his first season.
With a roster littered with inexperience, the Navy basketball team will have some rough outings this season. It also has a chance at times to be interesting, such as Tuesday's 57-55 loss to Tulane at Alumni Hall.
"During the whole recruitment process when I came for a visit, they showed me all the positives — it's just like a normal [school], you go to class and play basketball," Brickman said. "They told me it was going to be tougher than regular college, but then I got here and was just overwhelmed by the whole military [aspect]."
"I've been playing basketball since I was little," Brickman said. "I knew I had it. I just had to bring it out."