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Rhode Island walked away from Mohegan Sun’s Bubbleville in-tact, enduring an ambitious schedule to begin the season. At 2-2, the Rams might privately acknowledge that they could’ve had at least one more ‘W’ over the weekend, but, for a unit...
If you look closely enough, you can find unsung but critically important contributors in basketball programs around the country. Men and women who live in the gym, relish learning the business, love the game, and commit to helping their...
URI football head coach Jim Fleming didn’t know exactly what he was getting into. “I’ve got time so I’ll work it out,” thought Fleming, referring to the silence that had replaced all the powerful noises that are commonly associated with...
BLUE RIBBON'S A-10 PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH For 40 years Blue Ribbon Yearbook has earned its reputation as the preseason Bible of College Basketball for its comprehensive breakdowns of every team in the land. It’s been a pleasure writing Blue Ribbon’s...
He was one of the purest shooters in Atlantic 10 history. After an 11 year career, Jimmy Baron, Jr. reflects on his pro career overseas, playing for his day while mentoring his younger brother. Now the East Greenwich native points forward at his new career at IMG Academy.
Two weeks ago, Rhode Island secured its first 2021 commitment from rising 6-foot-8 senior forward Abdou Samb of Frederick Douglass High School and the DC Premier AAU squad. Samb is well-built and just scratching the surface of his potential....
About a month ago, Rhode Island received somewhat of a surprise commitment from 6-7 Ileri Ayo-Faleye, a 2020 wing from Cedar Crest High School in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, whose recruitment blossomed late in the process. Originally ticketed for a post-grad...
At the end of a last season, David Cox has some serious holes to fill in his roster. The 3rd year head coach discusses how the new transfer will put his Rams in a position to make a run in 2020-2021.
He’s just scratching the surface of his potential. His best basketball is still in front of him. He has a high ceiling…or a big upside. There’s a lot of clichés, and candidly I’ve used them all, but essentially, they’re all just different...
It was quite an eight day stretch for David Cox and the Rhode Island Rams men’s basketball program. Between August 17th-25th, four transfers: 6-9 forwards Makhi and Makhel Mitchell (Maryland), 6-3 guard Jalen Carey (Syracuse), and 6-6 wing Malik...
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Maddie Potts Legacy Lives On With New Field House

Former Chariho girls’ soccer standout Maddie Potts would have turned twenty-one on Sunday. In the three-and-a-half years since her passing, friends, family and even...
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How to Throw an Amazing Graduation Party for Any Age

Graduation day is here. And it's time to start celebrating. Event planner George Abrams is here to help you plan and throw the perfect graduation day party.
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Discover the Unique Mining Town of Oatman, Arizona

At elevation 2,700 feet on old Route 66, the small mining town of Oatman, Arizona intrigues its visitors with wild burros, gunslingers and ghosts.
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33 Places to Enjoy the Best of San Diego Outdoor Dining

Spring is a perfect time to head out and enjoy these San Diego restaurants with scenic views and welcoming outdoor dining areas.

How Core Beliefs Affect Our Mental Health

Core beliefs are beliefs about oneself that are developed throughout a person’s lifespan. These beliefs begin to be developed when we are infants, and...
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