The result of the Kansas/Kansas State game wasn’t in doubt when a brawl ensued in the closing seconds. The game was already over when Silvio De Sousa of Kansas blocked DaJuan Gordon’s shot. De Sousa then proceeded to stand over Gordon and taunt him. Both benches then emptied and a brawl began. It was a […]
Bender Arena of American University is the Eagles home court for Men’s and Women’s basketball and is located in Washington, DC. The venue seats 4,500 and opened in 1988. The arena’s main court is named for the late former American University athletic director and coach Stafford H. “Pop” Cassell, another AU alum. Bender Arena is […]
UNLV is Starting to Gain Traction After a Rough Start
UNLV has won three straight games after starting the season 4-8. The Runnin’ Rebels are starting to grasp new Head Coach T.J. Otzelberger’s system and are beginning to jell as a team as well. The new Head Coach got his first marquee win last night when the Runnin’ Rebels defeated Utah State to move to […]
Can Dayton Go Undefeated in Atlantic 10 Play This Season?
The Dayton Flyers started Atlantic 10 Conference Play strongly last night with an emphatic 84-58 road win at LaSalle. The Flyers play another Philadelphia team this Sunday when they travel down the road to face Saint Joseph’s at Hagan Arena. Can the Flyers go undefeated this season in the Atlantic 10? It’s definitely possible. Trips […]
Villanova’s Saddiq Bey is one of the 50 College Basketball Players on the 2020 John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 5o Watch List as the best player in College Basketball. Bey hopes to carry Villanova back to the Fnal Four for the first time since 2018 when the Wildcats won their 3rd National Championship and […]
The Michael J. Hagan Arena of Saint Joseph’s University is SJU’s home court for Men’s and Women’s basketball and is located in Philadelphia, PA. The venue seats 4,200 and opened in 2009. 700 seats were added to the student section when the new Arena was built which puts the total at 1,700 and makes this […]
Pete Gillen joined CBS Sports Network as a College Basketball Analyst in 2005. Gillen was a Division 1 Head Coach for 20 years with stops at Xavier, Providence, and Virginia. Gillen can be heard calling games all season long from Mid-Major Conferences on the CBS Sports Network.