Moral of the Story: UCF Knights look like member of AAC’s elite

Welcome to the dog days of the summer, where college basketball teams are all but set in stone and fans across the country are clamoring for mid-November so their favorite squads can take the hardwood. Before we know it, opening night will be here, so over the next three and a half months, the East … Continue reading Moral of the Story: UCF Knights look like member of AAC’s elite

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Radford, UCLA advance to field of 64

Every year since the First Four was implemented back in 2011, at least one team that participated in the play-in games went on to win in the NCAA Tournament's Round of 64. The most notable squad was the VCU Rams back in 2011 when they advanced all the way to the Final Four before suffering … Continue reading Radford, UCLA advance to field of 64

Previewing the East Region: The Region of Chaos?

For the first time since conference realignment, the Villanova Wildcats failed to capture the Big East regular-season title and lost four games in league play. But while Jay Wright's squad dropped matchups they normally handle with ease (St. John's, in particular), it's impossible to say the 'Cats had a down year. Villanova still won 30 … Continue reading Previewing the East Region: The Region of Chaos?

Why Rhode Island is more than just the best team in the Atlantic 10

The Rhode Island Rams walked off the floor of the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento in disbelief. Dan Hurley's team was just minutes away from advancing to the Sweet 16 of the 2017 NCAA Tournament, but a long three by Oregon's Tyler Dorsey and two missed three-pointers in the final seconds wasted a 21-point effort … Continue reading Why Rhode Island is more than just the best team in the Atlantic 10

Game Recap: St. John’s impresses but falls to Arizona State in LA

In their first game against a ranked opponent this season, St. John's (8-2) put together an impressive performance without their second best player Marcus LoVett, but fell to Arizona State at the Staples Center, 82-70. The Johnnies were led by two big men,¬†Marvin Clark II (18 points and seven rebounds) and Tariq Owens (17 points … Continue reading Game Recap: St. John’s impresses but falls to Arizona State in LA