No. 7 Notre Dame had another impressive win on Monday, lambasting nineteenth-ranked Villanova 93-72 in South Bend. With a 24-5 record, this is the best Fighting Irish team in years. So how far can this team go in the tournament?
The greatest two days in sports are quickly approaching. And over the course of the first two days of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, fans could be seeing a lot of the Big East.
The losing streak is over. Oliver Purnell and his DePaul Blue Demons beat the Providence Friars Thursday night.
It is tough to stay patient with a young team who hasn’t won a conference game this season, but patient is what coach Oliver Purnell continues to be with his struggling DePaul Blue Demons men’s basketball team.
The DePaul Blue Demons are having another disappointing season. They’re 6-17 overall and an even worse 0-11 in the Big East.
When Oliver Purnell took over the job as head coach of the DePaul Blue Demons he knew that he would have his work cut out for him. And he knew the Big Est Conference wouldn’t make things any easier.
Their Big East losing streak is at 21 games, so there’s no logical reason to think the DePaul Blue Demons men’s basketball team will beat the 9th ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish tomorrow night.
The DePaul Blue Demons have not won a Big East game in sixteen consecutive tries, but this new look, young team aims to change that around.
Oliver Purnell was known as a good recruiter before he stepped on to the campus of DePaul University. And already in his first season, Purnell has started to see some production from his young players.
The DePaul Blue Demons start their season on November 14th against Chicago State. When they do, they’ll do so with low expectations from coaches around the Big East. The Blue Demons were picked to finish […]
CHICAGO (AP) DePaul has released recruit Walter Pitchford from his national letter of intent after initially denying his request. New coach Oliver Purnell says “there were external circumstances” when DePaul turned down the request, and […]