The last Musketeer coaching transition had a buffer of incoming talent to make up for the recruiting gap; without it, Steele has to to hit home runs on the trail immediately.
It’s not been the season that Xavier fans were wanting, and fingers are pointing everywhere.
Fatigue, bad defense, and a stagnant offense add up to losing to DePaul.
It's obviously gone pear shaped for this year, but don't let that distract you from the fact that X is actually still just fine.
The star of this Xavier team has turned out to be its sophomore guard.
He hasn’t gotten much national ink, but the former D2 player of the year has been a bright spot in a dark season.
Big East Co-Preseason Player of the Year looks forward to 2019 season.
Xavier’s defense is plumbing depths never before seen in the analytics era.
Xavier is still right in the thick of the jockeying for seeding at MSG, and a trip to foggy London Town Omaha may go a long way in deciding their fate.