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  • 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...
  • The Catholic Seven

    The Catholic Seven: The seven Catholic schools all play basketball and other sports, but didn’t like the direction of the conference so they decided at the end of 2012 to leave as one. The schools: Providence Seton Hall Georgetown St....
  • THE NEW BIG EAST AND ACC

    Barring more changes, a look at what the Big East and Atlantic Coast Conference will look like, with the first year in the conference in parentheses. BIG EAST FOOTBALL *Boise State (2013) *Central Florida (2013) *Cincinnati (2005) *Connecticut...
  • Wednesday's local college basketball roundup: ODU women go to 7-1 by winning at UNLV

    The Old Dominion women's superlative start continued Wednesday night as they beat UNLV 85-67 in the first round of the six-team World Vision Classic in Las Vegas. Jackie Cook scored 23 points in 29 minutes to lead ODU (7-1), while Shae Kelley had 14...
  • Teel Time: Big East breakup could accelerate Notre Dame's ACC arrival

    Teel Time: Big East breakup could accelerate Notre Dame's ACC arrival
    With Notre Dame set to begin playing five ACC football teams per season in 2014, the most probable timetable for the Fighting Irish joining the conference for other sports was that same year. But the Big East’s impending breakup could fast-forward...
  • Big East Basketball Schools Make It Official — Will Form Their Own League

    Big East Basketball Schools Make It Official — Will Form Their Own League
    The seven non-BCS football schools made their anticipated getaway from the Big East Conference on Saturday, their presidents voting unanimously to leave and form their own basketball-oriented conference. The exit of Georgetown, St. John's, Providence,...
  • One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall

    One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall
    Where Fred Hill goes, Jaren Sina follows. Sina originally committed to Northwestern, where Hill was an assistant under Bill Carmody. On the same day Seton Hall announced that Hill would join head coach Kevin Willard’s staff, the 6-foot-1 combo...
  • UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37

    UConn Mows Down Idaho, 105-37
    The first sign that normalcy had returned to UConn was tied in a Windsor knot around Geno Auriemma's neck. It was a tie, the accessory strangely excluded from Auriemma's business attire during the Big East tournament. And Saturday's was a birthday tie;...
  • Teel Time: A-10 commissioner braces with Butler, Xavier reportedly joining Catholic 7

    Teel Time: A-10 commissioner braces with Butler, Xavier reportedly joining Catholic 7
    Atlantic 10 commissioner Bernadette McGlade smiled wryly when asked Saturday if someone might declare a cease-fire from college sports’ relentless conference realignment raids. “If there is a call,” she said, “I haven't gotten...
  • Teel Time: ACC tournament to New York in conceptual stage; Larranaga fully supports

    Teel Time: ACC tournament to New York in conceptual stage; Larranaga fully supports
    As a child of New York City during the 1960s, Jim Larranaga gazed south and thought ACC basketball the nation’s best. As a Virginia assistant coach during the 1980s, he saw the likes of Michael Jordan, Ralph Sampson, Len Bias, Hawkeye Whitney and...
  • BY THE NUMBERS: A Few That Show The Caliber Of Basketball UConn Women Play

    Sometimes by chance, sometimes by design, but always because they keep score, basketball creates numbers that set records, start trends and stimulate conversation. As the UConn women prepare for the 2012-13 season, here are a few that two decades of...