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Hawks Lose Bitter Holy War

As the idea of Saint Joseph's and Villanova becoming in-conference rivals becomes more and more likely, the two close rivals squared off for their annual matchup. On paper, SJU had this won before tip. For the first time in years, the Hawks…

A-10 to add Big East Catholic 7?

Two week's after the Big East's back-breaking addition of Tulane as an all-sports conference member, the seven Catholic basketball only schools remaining in the former hoops power may have had enough. Earlier today ESPN's Andy Katz…

A-10 weekend wrap

It was a solid weekend for the Atlantic 10 after suffering two Thursday night Ls, but a weekend that saw no real needle moving victories. Temple saw their first real test of the season in East Rutherford, NJ against the No.2 Duke Blue…

Monday Numbers

One of the joys of college hoops: numbers. Let's look at some basic stats early into this college hoop season. RPI/(Strength of Schedule) 8. Butler (3) 30. St. Louis (7) 32. VCU (13) 40. Xavier (101) 54. Charlotte (254) 64. St.…

Hawks Destroyed by #11 Creighton

Saint Joseph's played carelessly and inefficiently and #11 Creighton shot lights out which led to a blow out in Omaha. The Hawks committed 17 turnovers, shot 38% from the field, and allowed their opponent to shoot 57% including 48% from…

Nolan Berry Breaks Both Arms

Nolan Berry, Butler's top 2013 recruit, recently broke both arms during practice. During the 2012 summer season, the De Smet Jesuit Senior from Saint Louis (and grandson of SLU standout Ed Macauley) traveled with the St. Louis Eagles but…

A-10 impressive early

It's early, but you've got to be impressed with the non-conference resume the Atlantic 10 is building right now. Sure, there have been some early bumps on the road  -- losses to the likes of Centeral Connecticut State, Canisius, North…