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The Hawks and Expectations

Through fifteen games, Saint Joseph’s has been, in a word, disappointing. The undeniably talented Hawks have shown great potential at times (Notre Dame) and have looked terribly mediocre (Fairfield) at others. More often than not, the half-court offense has been stagnant and the defense has given up far too many offensive rebounds. The short bench …
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Greg’s Game of the Week

The conference season officially starts on Wednesday, January 9, with six league games on the slate. Here are the league match-ups for the week: Wednesday, January 9 #14 Butler at Saint Joseph’s St. Bonaventure at George Washington Rhode Island at Richmond Duquesne at Fordham Dayton at VCU La Salle at Charlotte Thursday, January 10 Temple at Xavier …
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States of the A10

After reading ESPN’s 50 in 50 series and the Top 144, as determined by College Sports Madness, I started thinking about the A10’s rankings.  Since significant events are occurring on a fairly regular basis (Dez Wells’s expulsion and Rick Majerus’s leave of absence) and we’re barely into September, I’m not going to put forth my rankings of …