Iona knew it wasn’t going to get a second consecutive at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. This year, the fourth-seeded Gaels (20-13) won their way in.
Miami is a major dark horse to compete for an ACC title, and the main reason why is the Hurricanes will finally have a healthy Reggie Johnson.
Steve Masiello, who was an assistant under Pitino for six years at Louisville, once told me he planned to incorporate 99.9% of what he learned from his mentor into his own program. And that’s exactly what’s happened.
Villanova got tremendous news this week when the NCAA cleared Wake Forest transfer Tony Chennault to play next season thanks to a waiver.
Tomorrow at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, the MAAC Coach of the Year will be named. I’ll be up there co-hosting the event – and here are my thoughts about the award this year.
In the spirit of the Oscars, ladies and gentlemen, here are your nominees…
Despite Kentucky and Syracuse separating themselves as the two best teams in college basketball, the theme in the sport this season is simple — parity.
Tenacious on defense and unselfish on offense, Manhattan looks like a Triple A version of the Cardinals, which was evident from the opening tip in the 81-47 win over Fordham.
If opposing coaches don’t know of Manhattan freshman forward Emmy Andjuar, they’d better become aware quickly.
Jon Rothstein previews the MAAC, taking a look at five big questions, five players ready to break out, five freshmen to watch, the best kept secret and the conference’s most intriguing storylines entering the new season.
Masiello on the court is as good as I’ve seen. It’s hard to believe he hasn’t coached a Division 1 game yet.
Trey Thompkins had 18 points and eight rebounds, and he swatted Kidani Brutus’ potential game-tying 3-pointer as time expired to help Georgia rally for a 61-58 victory over Manhattan on Sunday