Dennis Wolff was asked to comment on the evolving situation at Binghamton. The former BU head coach expressed concern over how Binghamton's problems affect the rest of the league, saying, "I feel badly for the programs that are doing right because they get kind of pulled into this when that's not how they're doing it."
Wolff also noted that recent events at Binghamton were not unforseen by other members of the America East Conference: "Anyone in the league that acts surprised, there's such a tremendous amount of naïveté that I don't know you should even be in college athletics. There were a lot of discussions among coaches and athletic directors. There were warning signs."
When asked what to expect from Binghamton on the court this season, Wolff was direct. "It's conceivable (Binghamton) could not win a game." The prediction underlines the impact recent events have had on Binghamton's program, only seven months removed from its first visit to the NCAA Tournament. Prior to Mayben's arrest, the Bearcats had been forecast as among the favorites in America East for the upcoming season.