The Dukes finally got the true blow out we’ve been dreaming of. Some might be thinking, “but it’s Maine!” Sure, but the Black Bears already have a win against one Atlantic 10 school under their belt. Continue reading Post Game Analysis: Maine
Repeat after me, winning ugly is still winning.
Winning ugly is still winning.
I didn’t expect this series to take quite this long to finish, but we’ve finally reached the homestretch. Today, I’ll look at Tavian Dunn-Martin with the remaining freshman to follow. Hopefully, I’ll be finished by the end of this week so we can look at some other topics. Continue reading First Impressions: Tavian Dunn – Martin
Brick by brick — That was a phrase often used by former Duquesne head coach Jim Ferry in his discussing his ten year plan for the program. Continue reading Where the Bricks Are
I might get a little push back on this assessment of Marshall relative to other opponents, but I think the Dukes beat the best team they’ve faced so far this season outside of Notre Dame and beat them handily. Continue reading Post Game Thoughts: Marshall
We spent 2017-18 enjoying Keith Dambrot’s first season, but after a rough loss last year, a lot of us were looking ahead to this season when we’d get a chance to see the highly regarded transfers waiting in the wings on redshirt. Continue reading First Impressions: Frankie Hughes
I don’t want to dwell too much longer on the city game. I‘m sure we’ll talk about it on the podcast on Wednesday, but beyond that and this piece , I’m not sure what else I’ll have to say on it.
That didn’t go the way we drew it up. I guess the good news is at least we don’t need to worry about Keith Dambrot getting fired this offseason.