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Tonight's Chat: Bracketology & Big East Finals

March 13th, 2010
Big East

Big East Friday Recap: Hoyas, Mountaineers Advance to Final

March 13th, 2010
Greg Monroe was a handful for MarquetteWith both games being rematches of regular season meetings that took place way back in early January, it was tough to get a read on how much from those games would be applied to tonight. But one thing most certainly did not carry over from those contests in Georgetown's 80-57 win over Marquette: the Golden Eagles had no answer for Greg Monroe. The sophomore center had his fingerprints all over the first semifinal of the night, finishing with 23 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists.

Big East Thursday: Syracuse Falls and Loses Onuaku

March 12th, 2010
How serious is Arinze Onuaku's injury?Going into the Big East Tournament there wasn't much concern in regards to whether or not the Syracuse Orange would be a one-seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament. Prevailing wisdom had Jim Boeheim's team doing more than enough before this weekend to wrap up the top spot in one of the other three regions (can't stay in the East since the Carrier Dome hosts a regional).

Poll: Who Will Win the Big East Tournament?

March 10th, 2010
Big East

Cheerleader of the Day: West Virginia

March 9th, 2010

Each day (just about), CollegeHoops.net features a Cheerleader (or Dancer) of the Day. Today's picture is courtesy of Icon Sports Media. Check out the archive for more

               

Poll: Who Will Get the Fourth #1 Seed?

March 8th, 2010

Big East: All-Conference Teams

March 8th, 2010
Big East BasketballPROVIDENCE, R.I. – For the third straight year, Notre Dame forward Luke Harangody was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team, the league announced. The conference’s head coaches choose the all-conference teams. The coaches are not permitted to vote for their own players.

College Hoops Monday Recap: Who is Texas and Who Can They Be?

March 2nd, 2010
Texas forward Damion JamesIs Texas the team flush with talent that can play with anyone in the country? Or is Texas the team still searching for role definition that can lose to just about anyone in the country? We saw ample evidence of both answers being "yes" on Monday night but when the game ended Rick Barnes' team beat Oklahoma 87-76 in Austin. Senior Damion James led the way with 24 points and eight rebounds while four other Longhorns (three coming off the bench) reached double figures as well.