Kellen Dunham Emerges As Butler Bulldogs’ Top Player
What a week it was for Butler Bulldogs sharpshooter Kellen Dunham. The 6-foot-6 sophomore shooting guard led the Bulldogs to two victories last week: over Manchester on Monday night in Hinkle Fieldhouse, and over the in-state rival Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday evening [...]
Hopefully A Year of Disappointment Was All the Seton Hall Pirates Needed
The Seton Hall Pirates were horrible last season and hopefully a year of disappointment was all they needed to get back on track in the 2013-14 college basketball season. No, this team will not make a dramatic change on the [...]
Butler’s Rotnei Clarke May Find Opportunities With Australian Team
Butler‘s Rotnei Clarke should have been destined for a career of professional basketball in Europe. Instead, he is taking his talents a little farther “down under”. The three-point assassin has signed with an Australian team in their eight-team national basketball league. The Wollongong Hawks have earned [...]
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What Can Seton Hall Pirates Fans Look Forward To In the Upcoming Season?
The Seton Hall Pirates are coming off of a season where they finished with a 15-18 record overall and a 3-15 Big East record. So, what can fans look forward to in the 2013-14 college basketball season. Unfortunately, fans cannot [...]
What Can DePaul Blue Demons Fans Look Forward To In Upcoming Season?
What can DePaul Blue Demons fans look forward to in the 2013-14 college basketball season? Well, they will likely not be able to look forward to a national championship or winning the Big East, but there still are some things. [...]
Seton Hall Pirates, Kevin Willard Gather First 2014 Commitment in SF Ismael Sanogo
On Tuesday afternoon, news circulated that the Seton Hall Pirates had picked up their first commitment from the class of 2014. Ismael Sanogo announced his decision to join the Pirates’ program for the 2014-15 season, a nice early pickup for [...]
D’Angelo Harrison Has Talent to Take St. John’s Red Storm to the Next Level This Season
When Steve Lavin took over the St. John’s Red Storm program, expectations were immediately on the rise thanks to a senior-laden squad that eventually qualified for the NCAA Tournament that same season. St. John’s has made considerable strides on the [...]
Big South Coach of the Year Chris Holtmann Makes Interesting Choice to Join Staff at Butler
The reconstruction of the Butler Bulldogs‘ coaching staff began when Brad Stevens made the decision to leave the university for the Boston Celtics. It didn’t take the school very long to name a replacement for Stevens, as assistant coach Brandon [...]
Returning Players Need To Carry DePaul Blue Demons
The DePaul Blue Demons do not get the best recruits on their team on a yearly basis, which helps to explain why they are not among the best college basketball teams on a yearly basis. However, with players staying on [...]
Can Anyone Prevent Creighton’s Doug McDermott From Winning Big East Player of the Year?
Believe it or not, Creighton Bluejays superstar senior Doug McDermott will play as a walk-on this season. That’s right — it’ll be obvious who the best player in the nation, not on scholarship will be. McDermott is a two-time All-American [...]