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Daily Dribble: Tiger Woods, Bad Predictions, and Seton Hall

August 13th, 2007
Seton Hall

Rather quiet week in college basketball land.. and in the sports world in general. We chug along with our Top 144 preview, as #92 Seton Hall went online today.

I can't divulge who our #1 team will ultimately be.. but if I gave you 3 or 4 choices, you'd almost certainly be able to pick the team. Its a standard pick, one of the frontrunners, Kansas, UNC, Memphis, UCLA, etc. CHN also projected Florida as last year's NCAA Tournament winners.. a lame, boring pick, but the correct one.

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2007-08 Seton Hall Basketball Preview

August 13th, 2007
Seton Hall

Seton Hall Pirates

 

Overall Rank: #92

New home for Seton Hall basketball

May 10th, 2007
Arenas

According to today's Newark Star-Ledger, Seton Hall has reached agreement with the new Prudential Center in Newark, meaning that their 26-year run of playing at the Continental Airlines Arena will come to an end. While negotiations have not been finalized, the New Jersey Devils (primary tenants of the new arena) and Seton Hall have found common ground in areas such as weekend scheduling, a major sticking point early in the negotiation process.

Big East Report Card: Bottom Half

March 26th, 2007
RutgersWith only two Big East teams still alive in the post-season, it’s time to give each program a final grade for the 2006-2007 season.  Grades are based primarily on each team’s record/performance during the season, with secondary consideration given to how its performance related to pre-season expectations. The Report Card is divided into two parts, the bottom half of the teams (up today), and the top half (up tomorrow).

 

Big East Rookie of the Year Candidates

February 14th, 2007
Louisville

Breaking down the Big East Rookie of the Year contenders.. including Scottie Reynolds, Eugene Harvey, Edgar Sosa and more.

Big East 2007: Top Power Forwards

February 5th, 2007
Georgetown

Jeff Adrien, Jeff Green, and Brian Laing are atop Eric Silver's 2007 Big East Power Forward ranking.

Suspensions and a key injury on Wednesday

January 18th, 2007
Boston College

With a slate full of games from the Big Ten and Big East, you'd expect to only have to concentrate on scores Wednesday night. Well, that all went out the window when Boston College announced that center Sean Williams and forward Akida McLain were dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules. Further details should be released in the coming days, but going into Littlejohn Coliseum to face an angry group of Clemson Tigers shorthanded is not a good way to spend your Saturday. The dismissed pair have been in Coach Al Skinenr's doghouse in the past for behavioral reasons, having missed games the past two seasons as a result. Those transgressions were taken care of at the beginning of each season, however, and that's what makes this episode all the more surprising.

Big East: Changing of the Guard

January 6th, 2007
CincinnatiNo league lost more guard talent than the Big East in 2006, but like always the league has reloaded with ease.