Another Alex Copeland layup rolled off his fingers and into the basket for the Yale Bulldogs with 15 minutes, 58 seconds to play.
They were the 16th and 17th points for the Yale sophomore guard from Los Angeles and that drop was just the latest in a series of moves he flummoxed Central with — crossovers, euro-steps to the cup and of course those finger-rolling finishes.
Central Connecticut State first-year coach Donyell Marshall called a timeout. He had to. He had seen enough of Copeland and the Bulldogs at that point. He said he told the team it needed to show some pride the rest of the way.
The bucket gave Yale its biggest lead of the game, 20 points, and despite...