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Providence Friars 2013-14 preseason capsule

The Providence Friars hope the new Big East - and a growing talent base - leads them to surprise many in the new Big East. Check out the Q & A for even more.

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Location: Providence, RI

Head coach: Ed Cooley, 34-32 at Providence

Ten Year Results, Big East (1 NCAA Tournament Appearance)
Years
Wins
Losses
Win %
Conf W
Conf L
Conf %
Ed Cooley
2
34
32
51.5%
13
23
36.1%
Keno Davis
3
46
50
47.9%
18
36
33.3%
Tim Welsh
5
79
70
53.0%
34
48
41.5%
Ten Years
10
159
152
51.1%
65
107
37.8%

Per game home attendance, 2012-13: 7,772

Final KenPom Rank: 65

Adjusted Offense: 107.0 (Ranked 74)

Adjusted Defense: 95.3 (Ranked 74)

Six year averages

Compared to the average rank on kenpom.com of current members of the Big East

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Historical

Friars_logo_mediumNCAA Tournament Appearances: 15

NCAA Final Fours: 2

NCAA Wins: 1,107

Inaugural season: 1921

Departing players

Ricky Ledo (early pro) - Did Not Play

Vincent Council (graduation) - 34 minutes/ game, 11 points/ game, 7 rebounds/ game, 3 rebounds/ game, 1 steal/ game

Sidiki Johnson (transfer) - 15 min/ g, 4 pts/ g, 5 reb/ g in 11 contests

Incoming players

Brandon Austin (SF) - 48 in 24/7 Sports Composite Ranking

Rodney Bullock (F)

Tyler Harris (SF) (transfer) - 7 minutes/ game, 2 points/ game, 1 rebound/ game at North Carolina State in 2012

Carson Desrosiers (C) (transfer) - 21 minutes/ game, 5 points/game, 4 rebounds/ game at Wake Forest in 2012