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Xavier Advances to Fourth Sweet 16 in Five Years

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

When the Xavier Musketeers came from behind to bounce Lehigh from the NCAA Tournament, 70-58 on Sunday, it marked the fourth time in the last five years that Xavier has been in the Sweet 16. Senior center Kenny Frease notched a career-high 25 points and 12 rebounds. The Musketeers, coached ...

Chris Mack: “We’re not going there to show up, we’re going there to win the game”

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

It has been a tremendous first season at Xavier for Head Coach Chris Mack.  When he took over for Sean Miller at Xavier, there were high expectations to continue the success that the program has had recently.  In his first season, Mack has lived up to those expectations.  Thanks to ...

Charles Latibeaudiere: The Dunk Was Awesome

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Co-executive producer of TMZ, Charles Latibeaudiere hit the airwaves to talk about the dunk that no one saw.... until today!  The soap opera which has run for the last ten days will reach it's season finale at 6:45 ET when TMZ.com (and the TMZ TV program) will air cell phone ...

Jordan Crawford: LeBron Took Over After I Dunked On Him

Friday, July 10th, 2009

This is all sad, really; I don't think there's much more to say (that's the end of this post).  No, but seriously, LeBron James gets dunked on at his basketball academy... SO WHAT?  He, along with Nike, think it would be in the best interests of LeBron to confiscate the ...

Sean Miller Talks About His New Gig at Arizona, Herb Sendek and Leaving Xavier

Monday, April 13th, 2009

Sean Miller has been an up-and-coming college basketball coach for some time. He followed Thad Matta at Xavier and helped take the Musketeers to several NCAA Tournaments. Now, he's finally gotten the "big job" that he's been waiting on for years in the form of the head coaching position at Arizona. There are ...

Xavier Quietly Cruised Through Rounds 1 And 2

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

65 teams started this year's NCAA Tournament last week. Now we're down to 16. Of the remaining schools, I count just a handful - Arizona, Connecticut, Memphis, and arguably a few others - that handled both their opening round games in easy fashion. One team though that's probably slipping most ...

NCAA Tournament East Region Inteviews

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

Talk about a tough, competitive region that's hard to confidently pick a winner of. At the top, there's the rough and tumble Panthers of the University of Pittsburgh, who's resume is as complete and polished as any team in the field. Then again though, anybody who's watched Jamie Dixon coached ...