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After a crucial home win against the Saint Louis Billikens without the services of leading scorer, Bones Hyland, the Rams head to Belk Arena to finish up their regular season against the Davidson Wildcats today. VCU is locked into a top-2 A-10 finish at worst, but can most likely lock up an NCAA tournament bid with a win today while maintaining the possibility of  an A-10 regular season title with a little help  from the conference, needing a St. Bonaventure loss to secure the conference’s top seed heading into next week’s A-10 tournament in Richmond.

VCU (17-5, 10-3)
DAVIDSON (11-7, 6-4)
A QUICK LOOK AT THE DAVIDSON WILDCATS
Bob McKillop’s squad is doing what they always seem to do since joining the A-10, which is to say quietly hanging around the top  of the league via one the the nation’s most underrated offenses. The Cats graduated start guard,  Jon Axel Gudumundsson, but currently rank 27th nationally in adjusted offensive efficiency. They claim that ranking via a  somewhat...

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Feb 1, 2020
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Hate to look ahead.....but this is the fun part for a fan during the last weekend of the season. So who do we want to play in the first round? Would love to get a LaSalle/Duquesne/Mason. If we (Rams and Bona) both win or both lose/win we are a 2. As a 2 we might get UMass in the semis. I haven't gotten to watch UMass much----would they beat the St.Louis/LaSalle winner? (LaSalle assuming it breaks that way today.)

As a 1------we'd get Dayton/URI/Duquesne? Rather have Bona play them....notwithstanding wanting to play URI in Richmond.