Tag: Friars

It's time for another rewind. This weekend YurView turns back the clock to re-broadcast a pair from the archives — this time of the Rhode Island rivalry variety. There are few games on the schedule for either Rhode Island or...
Chris Herren's story is pretty well known by now. Herren was a SUPERSTAR (a literal ALL CAPS superstar) at Durfee High School in Fall River. He scored over 2,000 points and was one of the most talented players to ever come...
After breaking down the top recruiting classes in the Atlantic 10 last week, this week we'll turn our attention to the BIG EAST, again considering both the high school and transfer ranks to assess incoming classes. Marquette Post-Markus Howard era begins...
Confronted with all the challenges of social distancing and isolation, college basketball fans across the country are looking for some much needed love. To help Providence College fans cope, YurView has decided to replay two classic games that are sure...
"Who do you think should be the next head coach?" This is the question I'm discussing with another basketball fan as we lazily jaunt down the back stairs of Harkins Hall on a late March afternoon. The question was not...
College basketball recruiting is essentially shut down right now. That is, except for the transfer market, which is moving ahead at an unprecedented rate. Ed Cooley and the Providence Friars won an early battle on that front over the weekend when...
It wasn't supposed to end this way. I've started writing this article maybe five different times, and every time I type the first part of that sentence I stop, and try to think of something better to say. I don't...
The Big East Tournament returns to Madison Square Garden this week for one of the most highly anticipated conference tournaments in all of college basketball. Here's a quick primer of eight things you need to know before play tips off on Wednesday
The surging Friars have taken advantage of the vast majority of their opportunities in recent weeks, but Saturday's game at Villanova marks arguably the biggest opportunity of the year. A win against the Wildcats would give Providence their 17th win...
As the Friars surge up the Big East standings continues, they are simultaneously focused on adding a couple more key pieces to their recruiting class. One of the most notable remaining holes in the class lies up front, where they...

The Best Way to Manage Your Finances in 2021 – Living...

Welcome to 2021! Are you ready to navigate all of the financial pitfalls this year is likely to throw your way? Neither are we! So we...
Yale Coach James Jones

No ‘Pandemic Pause’ for Yale Coach James Jones

While the Ivy League chose to opt-out of the 2020-2021 season because of Covid-19, there has been no 'Pandemic Pause' for 22nd year Yale Head Coach James Jones while he continually works to improve his program and not fall behind on the recruiting front.
Bixby Spartan Boys Basketball Team

Bixby Spartans Making A Splash In 6A Boy’s Hoops

Scanning the boy’s high school basketball rankings after the first month of the season reveals many of the same traditional powers that can always...