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Pretty harsh statement. Galasso was fully living up to the hype as the best rookie in the nation during his freshman year.

Then he had two different season-ending injuries. Nobody is the same after that -- heck look at how badly Kavanagh fell off after he got dinged up, and he was actually healthy enough to play. It's not just the physical side-effects for Galasso, it's the rust that a two year absence builds in your lacrosse skills and game sense whilst the competition is getting better everyday.

He ended up becoming an All-American for Cuse playing out of his natural position when he finally got healthy. I'd say that comeback vindicates him.

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Posted: 06/28/2017 at 7:15PM


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