It’s the end of December, which means it’s time to look both backward and forward and get introspective about VCU basketball. 2015 was easily the most consequential year for VCU since 2011.
VCU took out Liberty on December 27th, and it was a sight for sore eyes.
Hope for VCU fans, because that’s all they want for Christmas, and Aaron Williams is a generous guy.
HAVOC! definitely doesn’t live in Austin. But after Tuesday, it’s worth asking if HAVOC! lives anywhere right now.
VCU is in the midst of a three game stretch against teams from “power conferences”. The Rams have thrived as “giant killers”, but now they must pivot to sustained success against the nation’s best.
VCU topped rival Old Dominion University 76–67 in the Stuart C. Siegel Center Saturday evening. In addition to being a darn-entertaining battle, the game was an exemplar of Will Wade basketball.
Photos from VCU’s win over in-state rival ODU.
You win some, you lose some. And VCU always loses some at this time of year. But what did we learn from last weekend’s losses to Duke and Wisconsin?
The Rams have a challenging road ahead of them at Madison Square Garden this weekend at the 2K Classic tournament. Here’s what to expect…spoiler: it might be the unexpected.