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Latest Jim Crews Items
It'll be lineup shock next season for Saint Louis. After meeting with holdover players, coach Jim Crews is energized about the challenge ahead.
Jim Crews insists he hasn't spent much time thinking about what it would mean for Saint Louis to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament for the first time.
Jim Crews isn't buying the notion that Saint Louis may be in a precarious position as a No. 5 seed in the NCAA tournament.
Regular season, conference tournament, regular season. Saint Louis won three straight championships in the Atlantic 10 before the run slammed to a halt on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer.
After going 88 days without losing, No. 10 Saint Louis has two losses in three days.
Duquesne doesn't have many wins over highly ranked teams away from home. That didn't stop coach Jim Ferry from feeling good about his chances against No. 10 Saint Louis.
George Mason again came close to ending No. 10 Saint Louis' school-record winning streak. Again, the Patriots lost in overtime.
Saint Louis coach Jim Crews feels it is pretty simple why the last-place team in the Atlantic 10 has given his 10th-ranked Billikens fits in both meetings this season.
Saint Louis just keeps piling up the wins.