Princeton lost its season opener at BYU and the American Conference struggled with some mid-major opponents on the opening Monday of the regular season. Continue reading “About Last Night: Nov. 14, 2016”
It is Feb. 1, which means that everyone can start to reasonably wonder about the postseason. The NCAA tournament is what every team (well, except NJIT and Brown at this point), sees as the shining light at the end of the season long struggle. Continue reading “Easiest Bubble Solver On Feb. 1”
Providence coach Ed Cooley likes to build season-long themes for his teams. Last season Bryce Cotton was the indefatigable point guard, but he has since left the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, and Cooley now stresses LaDontae Henton, a forward he calls “Superman,” might just be the most under appreciated player in Division I. Continue reading “Providence 76, Miami (FL) 62: The Brilliance of Kris Dunn”
In the end, Vegas usually knows. So while the Providence fans, and even coach Ed Cooley to some extent, was a little upset the Friars didn’t bury Yale at various points of Friday afternoon’s 72-66 win, the Bulldogs can be equally peeved that they weren’t able to pull off the upset on a day where starting guard Kris Dunn (and freshman Jalen Lindsey) didn’t play.