Kerem Kanter is the latest big to come to Xavier looking for a late career tournament run.
Big Sean was a monster early and late, can he do it for a whole season?
The preview for the 2017-18 Xavier basketball seasons.
The people have made their guesses, here’s what the actual metrics have to say.
Xavier’s lone junior is at a make or break point in his career.
Tyrique Jones brings a junkyard dog mentality and the meanest of mean mugs to his sophomore season.
Goodin stepped in for Ed Sumner last year and piloted Xavier to the Elite Eight; what will he do for an encore?
Bluiett and Macura tabbed for preseason honors.
Xavier has six options for games this year, which is your favorite?
Xavier still has a load of talent, but losing someone this good is never a good thing.
Elias Harden isn’t getting as much buzz as some of Xavier’s other 2017 freshmen, but he’s going to be a key cog in the Muskie machine.
Naji Marshall may not be the headline of Xavier’s recruiting class, but he’s a large part of it.