There will be a plenty of energy on campus and plenty more on the court. Dayton will look to take advantage of Xavier’s short bench. Ten Flyers average 10 or more minutes per game. Because of injuries, the Musketeers have nine scholarship players.
Bo Ryan looked like a cross between Ed Norton characters – Jack ascending the stairs of Tyler Durden’s basement with a face full of welts in…
This game does not capture the national attention like Carolina-Duke, but Cougars versus Utes is THE game in the state of Utah. Something about Mormons versus the secular.
Conference games creating close calls for teams at the top. Should only get more interesting as clubs go on the road.
Novar Gadson capped a wild afternoon with a rebound and put-back as time expired, and the Rider Broncs rallied to defeat the Canisius Golden Griffins 77-76 in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Koessler Athletic Center, Sunday.
Alshwan Hymes connected six times from behind the arc, Julius Coles hit four from long range, Tomas Vasquez-Simmons swatted away a Ryan Rossiter attempt as time expired, and Canisius ended a five-year drought defeating the Siena Saints 62-61 in Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference action at the Koessler Athletic Center, Friday.
Both teams play at a similar tempo scoring 69 per game. The Griffs need to slow Rossiter and make the rest of the Saints beat them. The Canisius defense will frustrate Brookins. Frazier will…
Holy Louie Carnesecca! Doth my eyes deceive me? St. John’s is 3-and-0 in Big East play? Okay, so it’s only three games. So one of those victories was Providence. It was on the road. The Johnnies also weren’t so “huggy”in Morgantown. And they knocked off Georgetown at MSG. The Big East just got a little more interesting. Dwight Hardy is a gutsy point guard, and Justin Brownlee does a little of everything (15 pts., 7 rebounds and 6 assists against GU).
3. Ohio State
5. San Diego State
When it was all done, 12 teams from six conferences and two professional leagues, played six games in five venues of four cities…