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I think it’s that time to say that Friar fans need to accept that this year’s Providence team may not be Big East elite. That is not something any fan should take lightly: it wasn’t too long ago that...
There is a saying in the hockey world that the first half of the season is the boy's league while the second half is the men's league. As far as the Providence College Friars are concerned this season, the men's...
Welcome to the Big East Midseason Awards! We’re now halfway through conference play and things are heating up for some teams, others are shooting themselves in the foot, and DePaul is also here. If you’re the kind of person...
There are two times and only two times when someone sings Chumbawamba's hit song "Tubthumping." First, when they're drunk at a college bar drinking the $4 pitcher beer special. Second, when they just watched their team get the snot pounded...
As the Friars continue to show fans who they are, there’s been a question that fans have wanted to see answers to: who’s going to be that key role player behind the seniors? That fill-the-gap-wherever-needed type of player who...
At this point, I’m not even sure many fans panic anymore when the Friars are down in the first half and look lost anymore. The Friars looked terrible in the first half of the game. For a while it looked...
When the Friars come to Chicago, I attend. I don’t get many opportunities to see the Friars live anymore, so I take advantage of it when I can. These were my thoughts, during the second half of the game,...
Xavier may have given the Friars a run for their money in the paint, but at the end of the day it was the Friars who ate the heartiest on the stat line, beating the Musketeers 81-72. Xavier not...
The Providence Friars are 1-1 in Big East play. Splitting the road trip that spanned from Queens to Omaha leaving Friar fans feeling emotional highs and lows, and there’s been plenty to discuss. The conversation, however, has been almost about...
I don’t get to see as many games live as I used to, so when I had the chance to drive down to Mohegan Sun to see the Friars play the Houston Cougars I didn’t hesitate. There were two trains...