Who doesn’t love the NCAA tourney? Jon Rothstein tells us why this year’s tournament will live up to its March Madness moniker.
All of a sudden, the Orange have a completely different look heading into the NCAA Tournament.
Ashton Gibbs scored 20 points to lead Pittsburgh to a 73-59 victory over St. John’s on Tuesday in the opening round of the Big East Tournament.
Despite some theories that a double bye could hurt Syracuse, it’s difficult to see Jim Boeheim’s team not playing Saturday night for a Big East title.
Isn’t it amazing how the Tarheels started the season as the unanimous top team in the country and now people barely even acknowledge that they exist?
Even despite the fact that his team has an 11-5 record in the Big East, South Florida coach Stan Heath still feels like there’s room for improvement.
I’m well aware that the Golden Eagles lost a few weeks ago at Notre Dame and earlier in the season at Georgetown, but other than Syracuse this looks like the team that has the chance to go the deepest in the NCAA Tournament.
The most storied rivalry in the sport takes center stage as the Blue Devils try and bounce back from Sunday’s loss to Miami.
Some of the most passionate Orange fans will tell you that anything less than winning a National Championship will be a disappointment.
Jason Clark may not be Superman but he is one of the better players in the Big East.
We don’t wish attempting to deal with VCU’s pressure on anyone.
It will be interesting the see how the Red Storm respond against Kentucky without Steve Lavin on the bench.