I went to the DAC on Saturday to watch Drexel play Delaware. I certainly could have gone to Marquette-Villanova or St. Joe's-Temple instead, but I had a couple of reasons for choosing the game I did over the other two.
Before the Temple-Maryland game Saturday morning at the Palestra, I spent a few minutes chatting with Joe Lunardi about postseason scenarios for the city’s teams and leagues.
Now that the season is over, I figured it would be a good idea to give you all one more chance to comment on how the season played out.
As we get set to tip off the NCAA Tournament tonight, here's your take on how the local teams stack up against each other.
This time of year is full of rituals. One of my favorites comes on the morning after Selection Sunday, when all six local Division I men's basketball coaches gather at the Palestra for a breakfast fundraiser to benefit Coaches vs. Cancer.
My interview with Drexel coach James "Bruiser" Flint at the 2011 Coaches vs. Cancer March Madness Tip-Off Breakfast.
Villanova has taken a big fall, while Princeton is up to second.
NEW YORK - Greetings from Madison Square Garden, where as you know by now I'm live-blogging today's Big East Tournament action.
While we have time between...
There are some very angry Villanova fans out there, in case you haven't heard yet.
Despite the mass outbreak of paranoid hysteria on Lancaster Ave., I find it very hard to believe that the Wildcats could miss the NCAA Tournament.
Temple is at No. 1 for the second straight week.
Villanova's defensive efficiency is strong, but the Wildcats aren't forcing many turnovers.
Because one voter ranked Villanova 16th on his ballot, the Wildcats fell out of the top spot in this week's ranking. Temple, which got only two first-place votes, is the new No. 1.
Our weekly roundup of local team's statistical highs and lows.
This week's poll is dedicated to Phil Martelli, because I know how much he loves you all and wants you to be happy.
Plus some news about Saturday's Villanova-Pittsburgh game.
I like to think that the Schuylkill 16 is reasonably democratic. Yes, I pick out what comments to feature, but I don't tell people how to vote or what to say about the teams.
Now that we're in February, I though it would be a good idea to switch our focus from individual accomplishments to postseason résumés.
Call it a hunch, but I don't see the top line changing much for the rest of the season.