VCU Basketball: filling the holes Brandenberg and Reddic left

Two players who helped VCU during their famous trip to the Final Four in 2011 are now gone. With Rob Brandenberg and Juvonte Reddic’s graduation this past May, VCU fans are looking for players who may fill their shoes. Reddic was a fan favorite as he tore up the center position. He was always there when needed, and always had the strength to get VCU out of any messy situation. On...
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

VCU Basketball: VCU vs ISU, season opener Friday

VCU vs ISU- Rams face off against the Redbirds in their season opener tomorrow night.  As VCU fans know, the team has a decent mix between seasoned veterans and new recruits on their team. ISU, on the other hand, has a team largely made up of new players. Last season they led the Missouri Valley Conference in points per game. Unfortunately, with three players graduating, three transferring...
November 07, 2013  |  Discuss

VCU loses to Saint Louis 62-56 in A-10 final

Rob Brandenberg shot the potential tying 3-pointer from the same spot in the corner where he hit a huge basket for VCU a day earlier. This one was a much better look, open and not rushed, but the ball didn't go in this time with less than three minutes left. It was that kind of afternoon for the Rams, who lost 62-56 to No. 16 Saint Louis on Sunday in the Atlantic 10 tournament...
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March 17, 2013  |  Discuss

VCU 75, Northeastern 65

Rob Brandenberg scored 16 of his 19 points in the second half and Treveon Graham had 10 of his 16 after the break Saturday night, leading Virginia Commonwealth to a 75-65 victory against Northeastern in the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals. Bradford Burgess added 10 points as the second-seeded Rams (26-6) won for the 23rd time in their last 26 games. They forced 25 turnovers...
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March 03, 2012  |  Discuss

VCU 69, W. Kentucky 64

Rob Brandenberg scored 18 points and Bradford Burgess hit two go-ahead foul shots with 1:07 to go as Virginia Commonwealth avoided an 0-3 trip to the Charleston Classic with a 69-64 victory over Western Kentucky on Sunday. The Rams (2-2) opened the tournament with losses to Seton Hall and Saint Joseph's, but rallied from 12-points down in the second half to take seventh place. It...
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November 20, 2011  |  Discuss

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