Xavier basketball to host Indiana in 2022 Gavitt Games


Xavier University's men's basketball team has secured another major non-conference game for the upcoming 2022-23 season, according to a report Monday from CBS Sports Insider Jon Rothstein. The Musketeers will host Indiana in the Gavitt Tipoff Games, an annual event that features the Big East Conference against the Big Ten Conference. Xavier hosted Ohio State last season in the Gavitt Games and beat the Buckeyes. You can watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 online on NBC Sports which is the official broadcaster of the RWC 2019 in the US.

Athletics must learn lessons from Formula One and get on track with new audience


At the start of another sporting weekend dominated by football Maro Itoje gave an interview which sounded like a cri de coeur. Rugby, the England flanker warned, needed to do more to grow its game, to market itself better against more media‑savvy sports and to engage with those outside its "stereotypical" world. "Rugby is very good at speaking to its own market, at preaching to the choir," he told the Mirror. "There’s an awful lot of room for improvement. There’s no way you can tell me Formula One is more exciting than rugby. Yet it’s definitely packaged better." Do you know what channel is the NFR on? NFR live stream 2022 on The Cowboy Channel! Check out Pro Rodeo TV videos to watch National Finals Rodeo online.

Kris Wilkes knocks Xavier off list


Kris Wilkes knocks Xavier off list - keeps Illinois, Indiana, and UCLA

2017 big man Kentrevious Jones commits to Xavier


Jones is a 6'11", 285-pound big man out of Georgia who will fill the hole left by the departures of Gaston next year and Ekiyor this offseason. He's currently a three-star recruit with the potential to grow to fill a big role in the middle for X.

Edmond Sumner DraftExpress Interview


Edmond is awesome. You have to love the poise and intelligence he shows in this interview.

Five-star Xavier target Kris Wilkes sets visits


Wilkes will be on campus Oct. 28-30, right on the cusp of the season's beginning. Wilkes is rumored to be interested in playing college ball with four-star guard Paul Scruggs, who is rumored to favor Xavier over Indiana and UConn right now. Rumors and speculation abound. I wish the season would start already.

Four-star 2017 forward Justin Smith to visit Xavier


As you can see, the competition for Smith is of a high level. He's a 6'7" power forward in the mold that a lot of teams are moving towards, focus more on positional flexibility than pure size. He's all pace and power in the open floor, and he finishes above the rim if he gets a path. His jumper is accurate if he has time to set his feet beyond the arc. Smith works hard at both ends; it's no mystery why so many top teams are in on him.

Four-star 2017 G Paul Scruggs to visit Xavier next week


Scruggs is one of the top players in the 2017 class, and Xavier has been on him hard. He is a strong, physical guard who slashes and scores well. He's not a great shooter, but he has a great frame and uses it well. The 2017 class could be a monster for X.

Xavier offers 2018 PG Kihei Clark


Clark is 5'9", but he has exceptional quickness and court vision. He gets to the middle of the defense well and makes his teammates better with his distribution. Other than his size, strength and a consistent jumper are areas of weakness for him right now.

Xavier offers 2018 big man Kentrevious Jones


Jones is a 6'10", 265-pound center out of Macon, Ga. His size alone obviously makes him a force on the glass and in the paint, but he also has good footwork around the rim. NC State, Rutgers, and Texas Tech are among those also involved.