Game previews and recaps.
That was awesome to watch; Xavier just took Marquette apart.
A team's season is measured by how it performs in single-elimination play. That starts tonight for Xavier.
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Here we go. This game lasted all of two minutes last time. Tonight it's a top five matchup with one seed implications for both teams. Regular season games get no bigger than this.
Just sitting around, ruminating on the biggest home game in program history.
Xavier cruises to 24-3 in a walkover against the Hoyas
Video credit to GoXavier.com and/or Cliff Jenkins/Xavier.
Xavier travels over to a barn somewhere in Indiana looking for a much better result than their last home game. Unfortunately the opponent is once again a team desperate for a big win.
Xavier has been winning this year with offense and rebounding. That doesn't mean you can completely ignore defense though, and there are some serious warning signs showing.
The Bluejays are down to their last chance to get a good win at home and jump onto the right side of the bubble.
It has been since last season that we've seen you guys. Here's what has gone down.
Five Muskies score in double figures as Xavier outlasts St. John's. It wasn't beautiful, but it was the best 20th win any team in the nation has gotten this season.
St. John's is really bad, Xavier is really good.
I get a bonus for alliteration.
It's a good day, except for those first three minutes.
Myles Davis, Myles Davis, and Myles Davis. If you want to talk about more, Xavier's defense was amazing and JP Macura finally did his thing. This was a great win.
This is a courtesy from one top 10 team to another.
The Muskies have the chance to take on one of the blue bloods of the Big East at Cintas. Here's our coverage from beginning to end on the whole experience.
This is fun, doing this with you all.