I agree with Ross - we've both debated Towson, and no, Towson doesn't do a perfect line-by-line in your face kind of style, nor do they try to. Part of their charm to judges is that they can take a wholistic view of rounds and explain things very well without the need to "answer" every single argument on the flow. And like Ross said, part of what they critique is our style of debate. If you just try and do traditional debate against them and say "they dropped this, they didn't answer my number 3 subpoint a" you're going to lose.
Much much much congratulations to Towson, obviously a HUGE victory for them, and I'm sure they worked incredibly hard to get there.
So were they still running the black aesthetic at CEDA?