After weeks of the media camping in tents outside the Basketball Development Center, we finally let those scribes in for some water and nourishment. We even gave them a few minutes to chat with Will Wade and the guys, since the season is just around the corner. Afterwards, we banished the media to the loading dock of the E.J. Wade Arena, where they’ll be forced to wait until Nov. 4.

If you’re both enthusiastic about the prospect of Mo Alie-Cox playing football someday, but also less enthusiastic about hearing about it all season don’t wor…just kidding. You’re going to hear about it 182 more times from now until April. Don’t fret. That just means Mo’s a really talented fella. If he breaks a few tackles down the road, I’ll be thrilled. In the meantime, I hope he breaks a few rims first.

Woody: VCU’s Mo Alie-Cox has a pro career – but which sport? – in his future (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Notes: Freshman Malik Crowfield ‘to play quite a bit’ for VCU; Justin Tillman expecting more rebounds (Richmond Times-Dispatch)