Well, it looks like we have a grad transfer player that the NCAA ruled permanently ineligible and we are still providing a scholarship next season and not just a scholarship one of the thirteen basketball scholarships...The NCAA allows, but does not require, 4 year scholarship agreements. Fordham grants them. The Big 10 guarantees them.
Despite that, kids still get pushed out. We have had at least one instance under Neubauer where we were at 12 scholarships b/c one kid was enrolled and on scholarship, but not playing b/c Neubauer no longer wanted him on the team.
And Moore's sister was a two time 2nd Team All A10 member and scored 1200 points as a Hawk in the mid-00's.
Not too sure about this article but I do like the VCU mentions at the end :yesyesyes:Chasing Ghosts: John Calipari Left, and UMass Basketball Died
Throughout the offseason, ESPN will take a closer look at the programs that have faced the challenge of moving on from a single historically revered coach, evaluating the successes and failures along the way.
This week, the "Chasing Ghosts" series continues with the UMass Minutemen, a perennial top-25 team in the '90s that faded from the scene soon after John Calipari led the program to the Final Four.
You're playing Tenn and Florida State this year, and next.2019-20 VCU Men's Basketball Schedule (based off of reports):
First game of season: vs. St. Francis (PA)
Nov. 13: vs. LSU
Nov. 29-30: Emerald Coast Classic (Tennessee, Florida St., Purdue)
Other confirmed opponents: AT Wichita St, vs. ODU, AT Charleston