Ferron Flavors leaves men’s basketball program after just four games

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RMU’s Ferron Flavors Jr. and Kentucky’s TyTy Washington Jr. battle for position. Photo Credit: Tyler Gallo

By Ethan Morrison, Assistant Sports Editor

MOON TOWNSHIP– Once again Robert Morris men’s basketball has been hit with an early season player exit, as today, it was reported that guard Ferron Flavors Jr. has left the program.

The former Oklahoma State Cowboy came off the bench in the four total games that he appeared in this season, averaging 4.3 points per game.

The Colonials struggled in the early going of the season dropping games to UCF, Kentucky, Ohio and Mount Saint Mary’s.

Losing Flavors Jr. this early on in the season is a significant blow to the frontcourt as the team is still trying to figure things out on both sides of the floor.

RMU is back in action on Saturday when they travel down south to take on Davidson at 2:00 p.m.