Christian Service University coach Alexander Obeng Takyi has warned other teams to be way of his side ahead of their participation in the 2015 UPAC Basketball Championship.
The Kumasi-based tertiary institution are back in the midst again after playing in the maiden edition three years ago.
The mostly Christian faith University are seen as an outsiders to win the championship in their zone as they cannot boast of any top star in their set-up.
The lack of pressure makes them potential party spoilers as they come into the picture with no baggage.
The team has been trimming the rough edges at the Opoku Ware school court and coach Alexander Obeng Takyi nicknamed ‘KT’ warns opposing teams underrate them at their own peril.
“We are coming into this competition with no pressures on our shoulders,” he told BASKETBALLghana.com
“That for me makes us very dangerous. We have young crop of players who are hungry to make name for themselves.
“I have made the point that when you underrate us; you do so at your own peril.
“I am confident about our chances and will say others must be ware because we are going to upset the odds.”
Christian Service University College are in zone 2 which includes giants Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi Polytechnic and Sunyani Polytechnic.