SCSU's Dion O'Joe brings an NFL body to a Division II field
NEW HAVEN — The Southern Connecticut State football team lost 16 starters from last season’s 7-3 squad. The Owls lost All-American running back Rashaad Slowley, quarterback Kevin Lynch and nearly the entire defensive unit.
The talk around the powerful Northeast-10 Conference is that the Owls, a perennial conference contender, are rebuilding.
“Let us be the underdogs,” SCSU sophomore safety Dion O’Joe said. “It’s great that they think like that. It will just be more disappointing for the rest of the teams.”
Read more from Bill Cloutier here.