Just before halftime of PC’s blowout loss against Marquette, Jamine Peterson was ejected from the game for a flagrant elbow to Joseph Fulce. The officials didn’t quite catch it at first, but used a new rule to replay the incident to determine that Greedy did in fact use a cheap elbow to the face to get position.

By that point in the game, the damage had already been done. Marquette, a dangerous team from behind the arc, hit wide open three after wide open three to take a 16 point lead at the half (it was actually shocking it wasn’t more). Without Peterson for the entire 2nd half, the Friars would be even in more trouble on both ends of the court.

In one of the game articles for the Providence Journal, Kevin McNamara writes: Peterson’s ejection leaves Friars short on offense

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