Furman stuns Louisville

Furman headed out on the road for its first road game of the 2021-22 season, hoping to give the Southern Conference another early-season win over an ACC foe, matching what The Citadel had already done to open the season against Pittsburgh. The Paladins headed to KFC Yum Center, facing quite a challenge, looking to snapContinue reading “Furman stuns Louisville”

Furman dominates North Greenville in season opener

GREENVILLE, S.C.–Furman opened the 2021-22 in front of students and unlimited capacity for the first time since (Feb. 29, 2020) against The Citadel on Senior Day at Timmons Arena when it hosted North Greenville at Timmons Arena. Furman opened with the type of adrenaline you might expect from having gone through a season fraught withContinue reading “Furman dominates North Greenville in season opener”

Wells, Catamounts snap streak against Furman

If you would have told most fans that follow Furman in some capacity were going to score 42 points in three quarters Saturday in Cullowhee, most if not all of those wearing the other shade of purple would have assumed the Paladins found an offensive elixir and would have breezed to a sixth-straight win overContinue reading “Wells, Catamounts snap streak against Furman”

Battle for Purple Supremacy has opposing trends in 2021

The Game: Furman (4-4, 2-3 SoCon) at Western Carolina (2-6, 2-3 SoCon) The Time: 2 p.m. EST The Venue: E.J. Whitmire Stadium (13,790)/Cullowhee, N.C. The Series: Furman leads 34-12-2/16-6-2 in Cullowhee The Coaches: Furman-Clay Hendrix (29-21/5th yr); Western Carolina (Kerwin Bell/2-6 1st yr.) Noting the all-time series: They say a rivalry is made when oneContinue reading “Battle for Purple Supremacy has opposing trends in 2021”

SoCon Basketball 2021-22 on the horizon

Not even COVID-19 slowed the SoCon from its exponential rise in college hoops The 101st season of college basketball in the Southern will commence on Nov. 9 officially when the Bruins visit Wofford….Okay, it’s not UCLA or Belmont. Bad joke, but rather Bob Jones, as they will tip it up in a 5 p.m. gameContinue reading “SoCon Basketball 2021-22 on the horizon”