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#7 Oregon vs #10 VCU - NCAA Basketball 10 Simulation!
#7 Oregon vs #10 VCU - NCAA Basketball 10 Simulation!

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Dana Altman discusses VCU cancelation, facing Iowa
Dana Altman discusses VCU cancelation, facing Iowa

Oregon head basketball coach Dana Altman discusses the timeline for when he found out Saturday evening the Ducks would advance to the 2nd round of the ...



Oregon vs VCU | Betting Around The Rim
Oregon vs VCU | Betting Around The Rim

Keith Irizarry recaps Oregon advancing in the NCAA Tournament following VCU's positive Covid-19 tests.



Oregon VCU declared no contest after Rams have multiple positive COVID 19 tests; Ducks advance
Oregon VCU declared no contest after Rams have multiple positive COVID 19 tests; Ducks advance

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Reaction to VCU vs. Oregon being ruled a no-contest in NCAA Tournament first round | SportsCenter
Reaction to VCU vs. Oregon being ruled a no-contest in NCAA Tournament first round | SportsCenter

Adam Rittenberg and Seth Greenberg join SportsCenter to react to the NCAA declaring the first-round matchup between No. 7 Oregon and No. 10 VCU a ...



While the VCU Rams were posted to take on the Oregon Ducks tonight, in the first round of NCAA’s men’s tournament, the game was ruled a no-contest due to “COVID-19 protocols” on the Rams’ side.

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While the VCU Rams were posted to take on the Oregon Ducks tonight, in the first round of NCAA’s men’s tournament, the game was ruled a no-contest due to “COVID-19 protocols” on the Rams’ side. Read More: #MarchMadness #COVID19



Oregon advances to the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament after VCU fails COVID-19 protocols

Oregon advances to the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament after VCU fails COVID-19 protocols



Oregon-VCU declared no contest after Rams have multiple positive COVID-19 tests: Ducks advance

Oregon-VCU declared no contest after Rams have multiple positive COVID-19 tests: Ducks advance



Oregon's Dana Altman: NCAA Tournament No-Contest Is Unfortunate Ending for VCU: Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman sympathized with VCU after the Rams were removed from the 2021 NCAA tournament for COVID-19-related…  #BNTCFBCBB #BreakingNews

Oregon's Dana Altman: NCAA Tournament No-Contest Is Unfortunate Ending for VCU: Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman sympathized with VCU after the Rams were removed from the 2021 NCAA tournament for COVID-19-related… #BNTCFBCBB #BreakingNews



Team, Place & City Details

Rhode Island Rams
Rhode Island Rams

The Rhode Island Rams are the athletic programs of the University of Rhode Island, based in Kingston, Rhode Island, United States. The Rams compete in the NCAA's Division I as a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference.

2009 Rhode Island Rams football team
2009 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2009 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2009 NCAA Division I FCS football season as a member of the Colonial Athletic Association . The Rams were led by first year head coach Joe Trainer and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2011 Rhode Island Rams football team
2011 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2011 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2011 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The Rams were led by third year head coach Joe Trainer and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2012 Rhode Island Rams football team
2012 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2012 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2012 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by fourth year head coach Joe Trainer and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2010 Rhode Island Rams football team
2010 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2010 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2010 NCAA Division I FCS football season as a member of the Colonial Athletic Association . The Rams were led by second year head coach Joe Trainer and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2013 Rhode Island Rams football team
2013 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2013 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2013 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by fifth year head coach Joe Trainer and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

1919 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 1919 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 1919 college football season. They were led by second year head coach Fred Murray and completed their year 0–7–1.

2015 Rhode Island Rams football team
2015 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2015 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2015 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by second year head coach Jim Fleming and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2016 Rhode Island Rams football team
2016 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2016 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2016 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by third year head coach Jim Fleming and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

2017 Rhode Island Rams football team
2017 Rhode Island Rams football team

The 2017 Rhode Island Rams football team represented the University of Rhode Island in the 2017 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by fourth-year head coach Jim Fleming and played their home games at Meade Stadium.

Rhode Island Rams men's basketball
Rhode Island Rams men's basketball

The Rhode Island Rams men's basketball team is a college basketball program that competes in NCAA Division I and the Atlantic 10 Conference representing the University of Rhode Island. The team is under the direction of head coach David Cox who was formerly Assistant Coach to Dan Hurley for four years at Rhode Island until March 22, 2018 when Hurley departed for another college head coaching position.

Rhode Island Rams men's soccer
Rhode Island Rams men's soccer

The Rhode Island Rams men's soccer team is an intercollegiate varsity sports team of the University of Rhode Island. The team competes in the Atlantic 10 Conference.

Rhode Island Rams women's basketball
Rhode Island Rams women's basketball

The Rhode Island Rams women's basketball team is a college basketball program that competes in NCAA Division I and the Atlantic 10 Conference representing the University of Rhode Island.