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The replacements: Reloading post Reddic, Brandenberg

VCU will play in their second A-10 Championship game since joining the conference last season.

One of the beauties (or headaches) of college basketball is the four-year cycle of attrition that almost always results in your best players moving on to bigger and better things, via graduation or in the rare case at VCU, early NBA draft entry — only one player up to this point has been in that position at VCU, Larry Sanders ... Read More »

A look ahead: The 2014-15 Atlantic 10

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We’re just a week past the official end to the 2013-14 college basketball season, some seven months until next year’s action, but that hasn’t stopped national pundits from looking ahead to next year’s early rankings and bracketology. On paper, things are looking good for the Rams, once again. ESPN ranked VCU No.14 in their “Way-Too-Early Top 25″, as well as ... Read More »

Increased recruiting power could propel Rams to next level

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VCU has hit warp speed in it’s growth as a program since Coach Smart led the Rams to the 2011 Final 4. The school has sold out 50 consecutive games that actually predates the run, have expanded the Siegel Center, are one of just a handful of teams to reach the NCAA tournament each of the past four seasons and ... Read More »

Previewing VCU v SFA, by the numbers

VCU will look to halt Stephen F Austin's 28-game winning streak on Friday while hopefully starting one of their own.

VCU will take on Stephen F Austin out of the Southland conference this Friday in a 5 v 12 matchup in the round of 64 of this year’s NCAA tournament. SFA and their gaudy 28-game winning streak have made them a popular pick by some pundits while VCU looks to win their round of 64 game for the fourth consecutive ... Read More »

VCU early upset pick in NCAA tournament

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It wasn’t long ago when the Rams were the underdog, playing the disrespect card in NCAA tournaments. In 2011 VCU’s at-large selection infuriated a number of pundits, most notably ESPN’s Jay Bilas and Dick Vitale. The two were converted as VCU fans shortly after as the Rams defeated four of their five opponents — all from major conferences — by double-digits ... Read More »