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John Calipari has never lost at Rupp Arena since he’s been the head coach at Kentucky. And that trend will likely continue on Saturday against the Commodores.
A year ago, Jeff Withey was a little used reserve that barely played. Now? He might be the biggest key for the Jayhawks.
They might feel like the 1990s Buffalo Bills to some, but if you watch the Bulldogs play, you’ll have a greater appreciation for what they do on the basketball court.
Veteran guards? Check. Senior big man? Check. Tournament experience? You better believe it. Fran Dunphy’s Temple team looks like the real deal.
Stan Heath never lost faith. Not after South Florida suffered two losses in their first five games. Not after a plethora of early season injuries.
A match up between the two most talented teams in the MAAC Conference features a chance for the Stags to make a statement and the Gaels to remedy their inconsistencies.
If Iona is going to live up to their billing, they will have to display a renewed killer instinct.
Just watch Iona’s Scott Machado once and you’ll see the truth.
Vin Parise had the chance to catch Tim Cluess and the Gaels at Hofstra last night against Mo Cassara and the improving Pride, who have now won three in a row after their 83-75 win over Iona.
The highly anticipated showdown between arguably the nation’s two most talented rosters should come down to a battle of toughness and outside shooting.
Vin Parise recently sat down with point guard Scott Machado of the 4-1 Iona Gaels. The Gaels are one of the hottest teams around with wins vs. Maryland & St. Joe’s and their floor general Machado leads the nation in assists.
Despite not being much of a perimeter threat during the first three years of his career, Scott Machado now has a reliable stroke from deep.
UNLV’s upset of top ranked North Carolina on Saturday night reminded many why the Runnin’ Rebels are the nation’s sleeping giant when it comes to college hoops.
Jim Valvano used to say all that matters in college basketball is surviving and advancing and that’s exactly what happened for Kevin Willard’s Seton Hall team against St. Francis on Saturday night.