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Fordham Battles VCU Tough, Is There A-10 Potential There?

Fordham could do its best to hide it, cover it up, put whatever modern medicine allows on it, but Havoc smells bad ball handling like few others in college basketball, and once exposed, there was little Fordham could do to stop it.

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Three Thoughts: UMass 87, Iona 82

Game 44: Iona at Massachusetts – If we don’t get lots of points in this one, then I’ll lose faith. #TMMlegacy A photo posted by Ray Curren (@goldenbally) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:40pm PST On the surface, Iona’s 87-82 loss to UMass at the Mullins Center Tuesday night wasn’t a terrible one. First, UMass […]

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Hofstra’s Defense Struggles In Loss To La Salle

If the cliché “Defense wins championships” holds water in basketball, Hofstra has not been playing at a championship level recently. Over their last two games, the Pride are allowing opponents to shoot 51% from the field.

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Manhattan 71, Fordham 57

Manhattan took another step towards being the team the Jaspers expected to be all along this season with a convincing 71-57 victory over Fordham Monday at the Barclays Center.

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Three Thoughts: St. John’s 74, Fordham 53

Bevon Robin was at Madison Square Garden. Not in person, though the former Fordham guard may have caught his Rams take on St. John’s in the stands. What I mean is that the Johnnies’ play, early in the first half of Sunday’s game, was so uninspired that the intra-city match-up had the makings of a […]

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A tough loss to Fordham has Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos (center) searching for answers.

Photo Gallery: Fordham 69, Siena 67

Fordham held on, after leading by as many as 13, to beat Siena 69-67 on Monday night thanks to Eric Paschall’s block of Brett Bisping’s layup.

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Marquis Wright scores one of his 13 first half points

Three Thoughts: Fordham 69, Siena 67

Siena, who trailed by as many as 13, had a chance to tie the game with just seconds left. Patrick Cole drove the ball and tossed it down low to Brett Bisping, The 6’8” junior went up with it, but it was blocked by freshman Eric Paschall to end the game and Siena’s chance at […]

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St. Bonaventure 74, Niagara 59

The St. Bonaventure Bonnies and the Niagara Purple Eagles kicked things off in the inaugural Big 4 Classic in Buffalo, NY Saturday afternoon and senior center Youssou Ndoye tallied a double-double in the Bonnies’ 74-59 win over the Purple Eagles. With the line of 23 points, 11 rebounds and five blocks, Ndoye dominated Niagara.

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A Little Confidence Pushes La Salle Past Quinnipiac

Quinnipiac head coach Tom Moore said afterward he would have loved to have been a fly on the wall in the La Salle huddle to see what Dr. John Giannini did to keep his team upbeat even when they were going through a hideous offensive night, trailing by double digits six minutes into the second […]

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BLOBs and SLOBs and A Tough Manhattan Loss

In coach-speak, they’re called BLOBs and SLOBs for baseline out of bounds plays and sideline out of bounds plays, respectively, and most coaches agree that they don’t spend enough time practicing them, while players are nearly unanimous that they work on them too much because if they wanted to run through plays over and over, […]

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