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RE: That’s Enough, Fordham
(02-06-2020 08:48 AM)The Cutter of Bish Wrote:  
(02-06-2020 08:40 AM)Kit-Cat Wrote:  Replace them with Sienna?


The A10 core sure does love them some Siena. I'd be happier with Vermont, or if they'd continue looking down the coast for someone. I never understood the appeal of CoC, because it was unrealized potential, but, if you're swapping out Fordham, anything is an upgrade.

CofC fits the mold of the new A10 as a public University that is basketball first with outstanding facilities in a large and growing city. Strong (for SC) academics, and a basketball program that has won (whether they have made the NCAA tournament is another matter for a 1 bid conference team) everywhere they have played. The only real issue is that Charleston is well outside the conference footprint and even more so now that Charlotte is in C-USA.
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