The latest game in a series dubbed "The Battle for Greater Baltimore" turned into a war of attrition Saturday.
In a game that featured 60 fouls and 75 free throws, the visiting Towson basketball team survived mostly intact, outscoring Coppin State at the foul line and soundly winning the rebounding battle in an 81-77 overtime win.
"The refs called it tight. There were a couple calls we didn't agree with, but we just had to play through it," Tigers forward John Davis said. "We tried to beat the team and, obviously, beat the refs."
Davis finished with 15 points and a game-high nine rebounds to go along with 20 points from point guard Byron...