As we say goodbye to the “Big Three” senior class, and now Coach McCaffery, here is a look back at all the big games Alex Franklin, Edwin Ubiles, and Ronald Moore were involved in during their four year career at Siena. 2006-2007 Season Siena beats UAlbany in double overtime 76-75. Ubiles scores 20 points after [...]
Siena fell 72-64 at the hands of Purdue Friday afternoon in Spokane, Washington. The story of this game was Purdue’s defense. Big Ten Defensive player of the year Chris Kramer showed up to play. Siena came out a bit out of sync, but led going into halftime. But then, Purdue came out of the break [...]
I know why you’re visiting this site right now. You’ve already read the experts’ predictions, but you’re stuck sitting at your desk, waiting, itching, still three hours from tip, and you need to get pumped up for the game. Well that’s why we’re here… Our Cut: The 2010 Siena Saints 2009: Siena – Oh. State [...]
We grab some final expert takes. Jimmy Fallon has Siena going all the way, our staff gives predictions plus we get a few more expert takes from people who might know more than late night.
We ask the experts around the nation for their prediction on the game. So far, if you average all their score predictions out, the two teams are separated by 0.4 points! Some of our favorite writers and our new favorites give their predictions for Friday afternoon’s game… Feel free to submit your predictions in the [...]
The #13 seed Siena Saints (27-6, 17-1) will go for their third straight NCAA tournament first-round victory when they take on the #4 seed Purdue Boilermakers (27-5, 14-4) Friday afternoon in Spokane, WA in the South Region. This will be the first meeting between the two schools, and this will be the first time the [...]
Jeff Washburn has covered the Purdue Boilermakers for 16 years at the Lafayette Journal & Courier and offers up his take on the state of the Boilermakers, his matchup to watch and much more…
Staff writer Michael Osipoff has covered Purdue Basketball for four years for the Gary Post Tribune. His blog, Mike Osipoff: The Wisdom of Oz, covers Purdue football, basketball and much more local sports. We get his take on how much Purdue has missed Robbie Hummel and the contrast in style of play.
Checking out the recent news between Siena and Purdue for the NCAA Tournament. Clarence Jackson is questionable, Siena getting action in Vegas, Ken Pomeroy’s Tournament Odds, Hasbrouck readying for NBA and much more!
Sports Illustrated’s Andy Glockner is a very busy guy previewing the Midwest Region among others. We took a quick few minutes and got his take on the Siena-Purdue matchup.