NEW BRITAIN — Donyell Marshall looked pretty dapper in that gray suit dotted with a Central Connecticut blue tie.
Even the hat placed on his head after officially being named the school's 10th men's basketball coach matched.
That's all good, because the man dressed in business attire will need to be all about business on the court, too.
It's time for Central to start winning again, and there are a lot of people on the Central campus who believe Marshall, the former UConn forward fresh off a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Buffalo, is the right choice to get the job done.
He replaces one of his former coaches at UConn, Howie Dickenman, who did not attend...