Phil Martelli and his St. Joseph’s Hawks are looking to return to the NCAA tournament in
It seemed like VCU was primed to remain on their perch atop the CAA standings for years to come. That all changed in May when VCU along with Butler joined the Atlantic-10 for the upcoming season.
Villanova got tremendous news this week when the NCAA cleared Wake Forest transfer Tony Chennault to play next season thanks to a waiver.
Chaz Williams took the conference by storm in his first season in the Atlantic-10 and only figures to be more of a menace in 2012-13.
UNLV is now legitimately among the top seven or eight teams in the country heading into next season after adding Findlay Prep power forward Anthony Bennett.
Of the Atlantic-10′s 14 teams, 10 finished with .500 or better overall records last season, and adding VCU to that mix only enhances the league as a whole.
Who doesn’t love the NCAA tourney? Jon Rothstein tells us why this year’s tournament will live up to its March Madness moniker.
The Wildcats may have lost to Vanderbilt on Sunday, but they’re still ripe for a major run in the NCAA Tournament.
Can Iona beat BYU in the play-in game? Yes. And it should be incredibly entertaining.
VCU coach Shaka Smart will be the first person to say Drexel deserves an at large bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Even despite the fact that his team has an 11-5 record in the Big East, South Florida coach Stan Heath still feels like there’s room for improvement.
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.
Despite Kentucky and Syracuse separating themselves as the two best teams in college basketball, the theme in the sport this season is simple — parity.
We’ve identified five names on the mid-major level to keep an eye on when the carousel starts spinning in March.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns 1. SMALL BALL VCU may not have the offensive prowess it did a year ago when it reached the Final Four — but they are better defensively — and […]