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Game Preview: No.14 VCU v GW


VCU will look to extend their 11-game winning streak tonight while also hoping to pick up their third consecutive dub against the Colonials of George Washington. The teams split last season’s regular season series, first with VCU losing by 10 in DC before getting revenge in the form of a 92-75 beatdown at the Stu. The Rams followed that with ... Read More »

Last night’s unsung hero: Jordan Burgess


Treveon Graham didn’t have his best shooting night during VCU’s gutsy win over Saint Louis, but when the final buzzer sounded the senior had totaled 21 points that included the game-winner with 0.9 seconds to play. It was Graham’s second heroic performance in as many games as he had tallied 26 points on one leg as VCU rallied to beat Rhode ... Read More »



Before this gets too far behind us I just have to write this. Did he just do that!? Yes he just did that! Again! We didn’t know how or where or when but we knew it would come at sometime during this his senior season. Saving the best for last, somehow wow’ing us again, which honestly, do we all really ... Read More »

Bradford Burgess: The teammate and friend


When I first heard the news about Bradford Burgess having his jersey retired I was not surprised. Going up in the rafters with Eric Maynor and Kendrick Warren and the rest of the crew is the elite of the elite at VCU. If you go by points per game or single game records you might think Brad does not belong. ... Read More »

Game Preview: No.16 VCU at Saint Louis


VCU heads to the Gateway City Friday in hopes of picking up their first-ever conference road win at Saint Louis. The Rams haven’t won a game in SLU’s Chaifetz Arena since defeating the Billikens there in the 2010 CBI Championship. As A-10 foes however, SLU leads the series 3-1 including a perfect 2-0 home record. The Rams nearly clipped SLU’s senior-led ... Read More »

Game Preview: No.17 VCU at Duquesne


The Rams extended their winning streak to nine with a dramatic road win at Rhode Island and will look to remain unbeaten in conference play with a trip to Duquesne this afternoon. The Dukes have not shared the same success, dropping three of their four Atlantic 10 contests as a part of a 6-9 start to their season. Duquesne led VCU ... Read More »