I want to start this piece by differentiating between program building wins and program defining wins. Continue reading Post Game Thoughts: vs UMass-Lowell
The Fighting Irish book ended last night’s game in South Bend against Duquesne with significant runs scoring 27 of their 67 points in the first and final 6 minutes of the game. The Dukes matched Notre Dame fairly evenly for other 80% of the game, but didn’t have an answer for their opponent’s second run. Despite the seemingly lopsided final score, the game was much closer than it would appear if you just looked at the final box score.
Of Duquesne’s incoming transfers for the current season, one name intrigued me more than the rest. Continue reading First Impressions: Marcus Weathers
The Dukes are off to a 3-0 start, so it’s low hanging fruit for me to compare this team to others in recent program history that got off on the right foot. Continue reading Tale of Two Duquesne Teams
In my Duquesne conference preview, I noted that I thought the Atlantic 10 looked like a one bid league this year. Continue reading The Atlantic 10’s Less Than Flattering Start
We waited for well over a year for Saturday night to finally see the players who sat at the far end of Duquesne’s bench during the 2017-18 to make their school debuts. We heard the stories. That they dominated the last year’s first team so badly in practice that they had to go play by themselves. We heard that their talent would surpass all but the Dukes best returning players.
Wow, what an amazing game and comeback. Even the most hopeful among the Duquesne fandom probably didn’t see this one turning out the way it did late in the second half. Wins don’t always need to come with style points, but this one needed a side of Tums.
The Dukes have a point guard again. How novel! Sincere Carry brings a number of things to the table: