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Born in Baltimore, raised in Pittsburgh, living in Philadelphia. I cover CAA Hoops for MidMajorMadness.com, I write about Drexel men's basketball for Philahoops.com and TheTriangle.com, and I web produce for CSNPhilly.com.

I know too much about Philadelphia's college basketball scene. Somebody send help.

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George Mason Takes Down Drexel In First Round


The CAA Tournament started with a bang Saturday afternoon as Drexel and George Mason went toe-to-toe. Only one team could emerge from the rubble, and while it seemed that the Patriots would win going away, the CAA is never that simple.

CAA Awards: Eye of the Tiger


In a night that held few surprises, the Towson Tigers picked up quite the haul at the CAA Awards Ceremony before they skipped town on Friday night, just teasing us with the tournament that could've been. Tigers, get your Academic Progress Rate up!

A Sneak Peak at the Should-Be CAA Tournament


You love conference tournaments. I love conference tournaments. And everybody loves predicting the outcomes of tournaments. So that's exactly what we did for next weekend's CAA Tourney in Richmond.

CAA End of the Year Awards

We put Huskies, Tigers, Dragons, and Patriots in a conference, and chaos ensued. Of course, what exactly did we expect? It's the CAA. It's mid-major basketball. It was an amazing season. So let's try and make sense of what we just enjoyed.

Drexel Falls to Towson, Bruiser Flint Loses Faith

In a season that has undoubtedly provided Drexel head coach Bruiser Flint with a frightening number of gray hairs, the Dragons lost yet another conference game to Towson on Saturday on a botched free throw trip with 1.2 seconds left. Typical Drexel.

David Walker Gives Northeastern Share of CAA Title


Two top teams entered. Their deep, deep rosters clashed. And for the first time since joining the conference, Northeastern has claimed at least a share of the regular season title.

CAA Power Rankings: Dukes, Hens Rush To The Top


As the Colonial breaks into the final month of play, the top of the conference is tightening. It's like your waistline around Christmas, except that we actually want the standings to tighten. And, right on time, that's exactly what's happening.

Jarvis Threatt Bombs Northeastern, Keeps CAA Alive


On Valentine's Day eve, the Huskies were looking for a little home court love to wrap up the regular season title and snag the number one seed for March's tournament. But the Blue Hens came into Boston with no love for their fellow (Colonial) man.

ODU Rallies After Taylor's Firing, Tops Drexel


In easily their most impressive performance this season, the Old Dominion Monarchs picked their heads up, went to work, and took care of Drexel in high fashion, dusting themselves off after the firing of the electric head coach Blaine Taylor.

The Language of Blaine Taylor's Firing from ODU

Blaine Taylor is the winningest men's basketball head coach in Old Dominion history. He built the Monarchs program that we know today as a regal land o' hoops over the past decade. So we investigated what the ODU Athletic Director was thinking.

Towson's Benimon Tops Seahawks' Rendleman

Two big men entered, and... two exited. It's only a basketball game. However only one big man's team brought home the win on Monday night. Jerrelle Benimon and Keith Rendleman fought tooth and nail to give their teams an edge. It was quite the fight.

CAA Power Rankings: Marquee Matchups Make Mayhem

As we break into February and head into the final month of the CAA calendar, each game carries more weight. Huskies will sharpen their barks, Patriots will ready their muskets, and Hens will prepare their coops. Get ready CAA fans. It might get loud.

Northeastern Halts Drexel Revival With Their Own

Drexel traveled up to Boston, ready for a Saturday evening showdown that would hopefully facilitate their mid-season revival. Instead, they're heading back to Philadelphia with a bowl full of disappointment after Jonathan Lee showed them the door.

Unlucky 8? Why Northeastern Fell to Georgia St.

Everybody knows seven is a lucky number. Once Northeastern won their eighth-straight CAA game the streak seemed like more than luck. And yet, in the end, eight was the unlucky number for the Huskies when the streak came to an abrupt halt at home.

Wright Or Benimon For CAA MVP?

With just over a month remaining in the regular season, the discussion about MVP is starting to heat up. The Colonial is filled with talent from almost every squad, but who deserves to be ranked first?

Delaware Outlasts Drexel in CAA Thriller

Damion Lee scored a career-high 30 points and Drexel came back from a 15-point deficit with five and a half minutes left, but that wasn't enough against Delaware. The problem? Lee wasn't on the floor for the final two and a half minutes.

CAA Power Rankings: Having Cake and Eating It, Too


The top two teams in the Colonial have been known for a long time, and after Sunday night's demonstrative destruction, Northeastern has claimed the conference as Husky territory. But that rotating number three spot has a new, purple occupant.

Dragons Win Third In a Row, Snap Panthers' Streak

Georgia State entered their Saturday matinee at Drexel riding a four-game win streak, while the Dragons came into the contest on a two-game streak of their own. Something had to give.

Frantz Massenat Buries 50-Foot Winner for Drexel

Drexel's had a hard season. But at a road game against Hofstra, a relatively meaningless contest in the CAA race, Frantz Massenat hit what is quite possibly the best shot of the season.

CAA Power Rankings: Conference Play Heating Up

Northeastern has cemented their position atop the Colonial's mountain of competition, but there's a surprise team creeping up on the Huskies and George Mason, ready to put some pressure on.

Panthers Name Two Players Academically Ineligible

As if their season hasn't been a curious enough sight, Georgia State named two players academically ineligible Friday night. With Denny Burguillos and Cameron Solomon out, where will the Panthers find their support scoring?

Jackie Carmichael Is a H-O-R-S-E!


After watching Jackie Carmichael pile in his eighth twenty point game of the season in an Illinois State loss to Wichita State, I've seen all I need to see: the kid has NBA-quality facets. Believe me, I watched him live.

Shockers Rustle Redbirds' Feathers With Ease

It wasn't Wichita State's finest night from the floor, but against the deteriorating Illinois State Redbirds, it didn't have to be. Jackie Carmichael tried his mightiest, but his help wasn't helpful enough. What's next for Illinois State?

R.J. Hunter Undergoes MRI For Foot Injury

Georgia State's sensational freshman R.J. Hunter went down with a foot injury late in Saturday's contest against Delaware. How much time will he miss? And how much the Panthers can afford for him to miss?

CAA Power Rankings: Saturday Disrupts Status Quo

Saturday came and went, leaving in its wake, a trail of destruction that the CAA is now tasked with making sense of. One of the biggest effects? A squad on fire knocked George Mason off of the top spot in the weekly power rankings.

Northeastern Tops Drexel in OT, Slays Dragons

Without Damion Lee, Drexel's players put themselves in a position to win with little time on the clock. But Quincy Ford forced overtime with 1.8 seconds remaining and Northeastern took the victory home from the Dragon's jaws of defeat.

CAA Power Rankings: Finally, Conference Action

At long last, the first week of in-conference play was upon us. Northeastern established its competitiveness, Drexel lost its, and Towson continued to destroy every shred of logic in the Colonial. Just another week of college hoops.

Jonathan Lee, Huskies Top Patriots in CAA Opener

In the conference opener for both teams, Northeastern rallied late in the second half to knock off George Mason behind the play of Jonathan Lee and freshman guard Zach Stahl.

Conference Play: Conferring With The Colonial

After a subpar non-conference showing from the conference as a whole, CAA teams are ready to get the conference schedule up and running. It's a magical time of year, and we have somewhat of a crystal ball. Come and get educated.

Damas, Benimon, and Tigers Rally for Overtime Win

After Jerrelle Benimon became the season's first D1 player with 20 points and 20 rebounds in one game, Marcus Damas buried a corner shot to put Towson ahead of Oregon State at the last second, snapping a four-game losing streak.

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