Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5?

On Friday night, the Monmouth Hawks became the first team this season to clinch the regular season conference championship. While a regular season title doesn't really guarantee you anything beyond a trip to the NIT, and there's still work to do to reach the ultimate goal of the NCAA Tournament. it's still meaningful in a … Continue reading Who’s Clinched and Who’s Close in the Forgotten 5?

Valparasio Has A True NBA Talent In Senior Alec Peters

No one would have blamed Alec Peters for leaving after last season. Peters was coming off of a junior season that saw him average 18.4 points per game and 8.4 rebounds per game. He had just finished leading Valparaiso to a 30-7 record and NIT Runner-Up finish, second straight first team All-Horizon League selection, and … Continue reading Valparasio Has A True NBA Talent In Senior Alec Peters

Forgotten 5’s Guide To Super Bowl Weekend Basketball

We are heading into the stretch run of the season with the Big Dance just in sight and finally, conferences races are starting to become clear. Well, other than in the Atlantic 10. That wild conference currently has six teams within 1-1.5 games of the top seed. VCU, Dayton, Rhode Island, Richmond, St. Bonaventure, and … Continue reading Forgotten 5’s Guide To Super Bowl Weekend Basketball

Forgotten 5’s Guide To College Basketball For The Final Weekend Of January

Another week has passed and the Forgotten 5 bubble has gotten smaller and smaller with disappointing losses in conference play. Teams like Oakland (lost four of last five), East Tennessee State (two SoCon losses), Nevada (second loss to Fresno State), and Richmond (lost two of last three) will have to win their respective conference tournaments … Continue reading Forgotten 5’s Guide To College Basketball For The Final Weekend Of January