A Xavier news roundup
There’s a season opener, a Thanksgiving tournament, and TBT to start looking forward to.
Zach is back
Xavier returns a huge piece in their quest to improve on last season
North Texas big man Abou Ousmane is headed to Xavier
The Jack Nunge shaped hole in the lineup now has a man to fill it.
Quincy Olivari is headed to Xavier
X gets another commitment from Conference USA as the backcourt gets more firepower.
Xavier lands Dayvion McKnight
Xavier needed a point guard with some experience, and they went out and got one.
Xavier lands a huge non-conference game
The Musketeers get Houston in the Big East-Big 12 Battle this season
How does Indiana transfer Logan Duncomb fit into Xavier's offseason plans?
The frontcourt is in flux; how much of an answer is Duncomb?
Should Xavier fans be worried about Kerr Kriisa?
The Muskies need to add through the portal; is Kriisa to West Virginia a bad omen?
Colby Jones has declared for the NBA
Xavier’s star forward won’t be returning to the Cintas next season
Xavier has three in the transfer portal so far
Elijah Tucker has joined Cesare Edwards and Dieonte Miles in the transfer portal
Xavier’s season is over, try to remember it fondly
Sometimes it just isn’t your night. Sometimes, though, it is a night to remember just how much fun this can be.
Three tactical decisions Sean Miller has to make against Texas
Xavier brought Sean Miller back for games like this one. He's been presented with some serious challenges trying to find a way through Texas.
Previewing (the rest of) the Sweet 16
Xavier isn’t the only team spending this weekend vying for a spot in the Final Four.
Three worries for the Texas game (and how Xavier can counter)
The Longhorns aren’t Big 12 champs for no reason, but Xavier comes into the game with some strengths they can leverage to their advantage.
Xavier v. Texas: NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 preview
Xavier is back to the Sweet 16 behind Sean Miller. They’ve got their work cut out for them if they want to make the Elite 8.
The tournament is not a referendum
Far too many people draw conclusions from a series of one off games
The wild first weekend delivers again
March Madness is the best event in American sports, and the first four days just reminded us all again.
Xavier rolls Pitt to move on to the Sweet 16
A composed performance from the Muskies brushes aside the Pitt Panthers to put X back into the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2017.
Xavier v. Pitt: NCAA Tournament preview
The Musketeers struggled in the opening round before taking over down the stretch. Now they take on Pitt with a Sweet 16 bid on the line.
Xavier 72-67 Kennesaw St: Barely survive and advance
Xavier will get another one, but my goodness. My goodness.
Well, that went about as poorly as it could have
Xavier opened the first half of their first NCAA tournament in five years with a complete crap fest.
2017 NFL Draft live results
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Breaking T unveils their Xavier March Madness shirt
BreakingT is now officially licensed through the NCAA and reached out to get a shirt in the hands of Xavier Nation.
Xavier v. Kennesaw St: NCAA First Round Preview
Xavier is back in the tournament and meets a motivated Kennesaw State team in the first round.
Full Tournament Coverage
Everything we’ve written and recorded about the NCAA tournament, all in one place.
The transfer portal should wait
Why let anything supersede the greatest event in American sports?
2023 NCAA Midwest Region Tournament Preview
YOUR Xavier Musketeers land in a region chock full of teams that have aspirations of making it to Houston by beating Houston.
2023 NCAA Tournament South Region Preview
Scandal stained Alabama won the one seed, but there are loads of teams here to like.
Did the committee get this just right?
When the Selection Show was over and the dust had settled, the 68 most deserving teams were in the tournament field.
2023 NCAA Tournament East Region preview
The biggest dude maybe in the whole world, a couple of blue bloods fallen on hard times, and two Big East squads are the headliners in a wide open region.
A quick look at Xavier’s pod in the 2023 NCAA Tournament
Xavier wants to win 2 and make it to the next weekend. These four teams are going to try to stop them.
Excited to officially announce my commitment to Xavier University ⚔️⚔️⚔️ pic.twitter.com/PIuh2xXZXC— BigKent (@TheReal_Bigk) September 25, 2016
Official dates Illinois Sept 9th-11th UCLC Sept 22nd-25th Indiana Sept 30th- Oct 2 Xavier Oct 28th-30th Uconn November 3rd-6th ...— Kris Air Wilkes (@kadw31) August 30, 2016
Justin Smith visits:— guestavo (@guestavoo) August 8, 2016
August 14 – Michigan
September 3 – Xavier
September 10 – Indiana
September 17 – Villanova
September 30 – Stanford