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  • NCAA Tournament 2013 schedule and TV channels

     
    NCAA Tournament 2013 schedule and TV channels: Sweet 16 starts Thursday, March 28, on CBS and TBS. The 68 teams picked to compete in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament are revealed Sunday, March 17, in the NCAA Basketball Championship Selection...
  • NCAA Tournament Elite 8 TV schedule

     
    NCAA Tournament Elite 8 TV schedule begins Saturday, March 30, with Syracuse vs. Marquette and Wichita State vs. Ohio State, both on CBS. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament enters the Elite 8 regional finals on Saturday and Sunday, with games in...
  • Louisville's win was no surprise to Vegas and guess who's already favored to win 2014 title?

     
    The popularity of March Madness was built on upsets, like NC State over Houston and Villanova over Georgetown, and yes, Lehigh over Duke. But when it comes to the national championship game there have actually been very few surprises. Vegas was not...
  • Which No. 11 seed is favored over a No. 6 seed in the NCAA tourney?

     
    The brackets have been released, and everyone's looking at the odds and the angles. Here's how the Vegas oddsmakers see the first round of the tournament and other odds, courtesy of RJ Bell of Pregame.com: Only TWO lower seeds favored: (11) Minnesota -3...
  • Lehigh game and lots of March Madness games can be heard on ESPN of LV

     
    Tuesday night's Lehigh-Wyoming game in the CBI tournament will be broadcast on ESPN of the Lehigh Valley, AM 1320, 1230. In addition, the station will have plenty of March Madness beginning with Wednesday's "First Four" games. Here's a look at the...
  • Gators basketball ready for prime time, with 20 games on national TV

     
    (For the complete schedule, with tip-off times and TV information, click here.) The Florida Gators quest for a third straight Elite Eight appearance begins in unique fashion, and in the same town where the 2005-06 Gators began their run to the national...
  • Villanova Can't Slow Down UConn As Huskies Run To 76-43 Victory

    – Since the freshmen are relatively new to the neighborhood, UConn's veterans took time this week to explain what it's like hanging out with Villanova. To paraphrase: You can knock on its door, but you can't make them come out to play. You can...
  • Teel Time: Could Syracuse win ACC next year in its debut season?

    In its first ACC basketball season, 1991-92, Florida State finished second to Duke in the regular-season standings. Fourteen years later, Boston College finished third behind Duke and North Carolina in its maiden voyage. Might Syracuse exceed those...
  • Oh, that 2-3 zone! Syracuse smothers Marquette 55-39

    Oh, that 2-3 zone! Syracuse smothers Marquette 55-39
    WASHINGTON — Syracuse basketball and Jim Boeheim couldn't have scripted a better 10th-anniversary soiree than Saturday's. A decade to the day after the Orange won its most recent regional championship, Boeheim's program struck again, smothering...
  • UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37

    UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37
    When the Big East selected Marquette to play UConn twice this season, Golden Eagles coach Terri Mitchell tried to pour herself a glass half full. This was a magnanimous gesture. An ordinary person, confronted by the possibilities, would have...
  • 2013 Big East All-Sports Conference

    2013 Big East All-Sports Conference Present: Cincinnati, Connecticut, DePaul, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rutgers, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Syracuse, South Florida, Villanova Joining July 1, 2013:...
  • Past, Present, Future of Big East

    Past, Present, Future of Big East:     Still in Big East: UConn, Cincinnati, South Florida, Temple     Still in Big East, but reportedly leaving: DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Villanova, Providence, Seton Hall, St. John's     Still in Big East, but...