CCSU Athletics The Pete Rossomando era couldn't have started much better for Central Connecticut State fans in 2014. Not many outsiders gave the Blue Devils much of a chance when they made the trip to Johnny Unitas stadium to take on the No. 7 team in the nation, Towson. Sure, they had RB Rob Holloman , an all-purpose everything back that would almost certainly be invited to an NFL camp (he was), but certainly that wasn't enough to run with the Tigers, right? Behind a career game by QB Nick SanGiacomo , a transfer from Tulane, CCSU did indeed run with the Tigers, upsetting Towson 31-27 and seemingly announcing that the Blue Devils were going to be in stiff competition for the NEC title and a bid to the FCS playoffs. Unfortunately, that's not how things turned out for the Blue Devils.