22 - Too Cool To Storm

Leading up to the half way point game against SUCKS we discuss what we liked and didn't like in the last few games before we answer tough questions like ... Can we shake this injury bug? Will we able to finish the second half as strong as our .500 start? Will Coach Spiker use timeouts in the first half? Has the DAC been taken back? Who needs to step up for us to finish strong? Will Hofstra get an at large bid if they pull a Drexel circa 2011-12? And most important of all, when do you storm?

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Jan 5 2019 vs William & Mary

Post game thoughts after a loss against William & Mary where we discuss the CAA opponents thus far and what we need to do with our defense to get back into the swing of things and how realistic that goal is. We also debate whether Alihan is/could be a top 5 Drexel Big Man and wish on our lucky stars that the next game sees Troy Harper back.

We also have a special guest join Marshall at the end to preview the College of Charleston game, from the CofC podcast Holy City Hoops, Tommy Glasgow.

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Dec 22 2018 "vs" Temple

Post game thoughts after losing a “home” game against Temple at the Palestra where we struggle to make sense of the turnover problem, scoring droughts and missed opportunities. We also take solace in that none of our players dunked on their own basket and look ahead to our first CAA Matchup.

We hope this holiday season finds all of you and yours merry and well. A Very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us!

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Drexel Takes on UMBC Tomorrow, Show up. Be Loud.

I was listening to a college football podcast before the season began, and the host had a gambling “expert” on.

The expert said that the way oddsmakers factor in home field advantage varies. If a game is being played at Beaver Stadium in front of 110,000 fans, oddsmakers will certainly take that into consideration because they know crowd noise can affect the outcome of a game.

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Drexel Falls to NJIT...but it's not all bad

If you’ve had the misfortune of sitting near me at a Drexel basketball game, you've probably heard me yell something to the effect of “what are we doing?”

This has become one of my go to phrases of frustration. I use it in many different scenarios, sometimes to express anger, sometimes to express confusion. Seven games into this season though, I haven’t been using it quite as much.

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WBB: New-Look Roster Looks to Continue Piling Up Wins at the DAC, starting Friday Against Quinnipiac

The DAC will play host to perhaps the best matchup anywhere in the country on Friday night when Drexel, the reigning CAA Regular Season Champions, will host a Quinnipiac team fresh off a MAAC championship and a trip into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Both teams enter the season with lofty expectations. The Bobcats were selected to win their conference again and currently sit atop the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25. The Dragons were picked second in a stacked CAA and are currently ranked #15 in that same poll.

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Best Case, Worst Case, Most Likely Scenario for the 18-19 Season

There’s no doubt most of you have seen different publications and media outlets putting Drexel at the bottom of the CAA this season.

I for one, don’t think it’s as black and white. National outlets, and local ones who only care about Jay Wright’s suits really don’t know what they're talking about when they talk about Drexel basketball.

The lazy way out is to say “They lost their best player on a team that was bad, so they’ll be terrible,” but I don’t think that is necessarily the case.

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