St. John’s And RPI

I’m working on a post about the RPI and all of the fun ways to game it (hi Toledo!) and what teams could’ve done instead. But here’s a fun one I discovered this weekend about St. John’s:

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Eight rising Big East sophomores

These eight soon-to-be sophomores didn’t have an extensive role during their freshman seasons, but will be crucial if their respective teams want to contend for the Big East title.

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St. John’s lands eligible big, but how much will he contribute?

St. John’s continues to add to their 2014 class with this Bosnian forward, but it is debatable whether Amar Alibegovic will see enough minutes to help push the Johnnies into NCAA tournament play.

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Manhattan’s Jermaine Lawrence Receives Waiver, Eligible Immediately

The Manhattan Jaspers roster received a boost on Wednesday when Steve Masiello tweeted that Cincinnati transfer Jermaine Lawrence received a waiver to play immediately.

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Columbia’s Smith Makes Statement With Tough Schedule

Columbia head coach Kyle Smith said that the 2014-2015 season will be about going from good to great.

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Early CAA Team Rankings

It’s time for the second installment of my CAA 2014-15 season preview. Part two is a look at key players for each team and their season outlook, as well as predicted final standings of the conference.

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Manhattan’s Steve Masiello Guaranteed to Get the Last Laugh

From late March on, the name Steve Masiello was ingrained into the national media landscape in the worst way.

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Analyzing The MAAC’s Sophomore Point Guards

The MAAC has a unique strength this season. The league is blessed with a number of talented sophomore point guards. Canisius’ Billy Baron and Manhattan’s Mike Alvarado showed just how important a quality lead guard can be in the chase for a league title. Now there will be a number of players vying to claim […]

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Niagara’s Chris Casey Keeps Rolling with the Punches

Plenty of MAAC head coaches have had obstacles put in front of them; none may be greater than those Chris Casey has had to face just two seasons after Niagara won the regular season title. When the Niagara Purple Eagles open their 2014-15 season, their regular season championship will feel like the distant past.

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Way Too Early All-MAAC Teams, Awards

As part of our Way Too Early MAAC week, there were pre-preseason awards rankings and predictions for who might break out this season.

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