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College Sports

  1. Providence v Louisville Big East Basketball Tournament - Villanova v Rutgers
    Friars Vs. Scarlet Knights; Who Wins? Providence At Rutgers

    Providence’s four-game win streak came to an end Wednesday at Syracuse, but this is clearly a team on the upswing—one that could be very dangerous in the Big East Tournament.

  2. Georgetown v Notre Dame Syracuse v Seton Hall
    Battle Of Big East Titans: #11 Georgetown At #8 Syracuse

    John Thompson III’s squad is flying under the radar a bit, despite an eight-game win streak. A win here and it’s hard to imagine that still being the case.

  3. New Mexico v Cincinnati Mountain West Basketball Tournament - Semifinals Colorado State v San Diego State
    Who Will Gain Supremacy In The Mountain West: #19 New Mexico At #24 Colorado State

    New Mexico is 22-4 in Steve Alford’s sixth year. Alford has won at least 22 games every season and has the Lobos atop the competitive Mountain West Conference at 9-2.

  4. Georgetown v Notre Dame Providence v Louisville
    Irish Look To Stay Lucky: #21 Notre Dame At Providence

    For the second straight game, 40 minutes was not enough for Notre Dame. Unlike the five overtimes against Louisville, the Irish need just five extra minutes to beat DePaul on Wednesday. Mike Brey hopes his players are fresh for Saturday.

  5. Rhode Island v Butler Brooklyn Hoops Winter Festival
    Bulldogs Look To Bounce Back: #11 Butler At Fordham

    Butler’s 12-game home win streak came to an end on Wednesday in a surprise loss to Charlotte. Brad Stevens is a master game-planner, and he should have a better idea of how to manage without his starting center now that his team has played a game without him.

  6. Cincinnati v Syracuse Auburn v Seton Hall
    Orange Look To Rebound: #6 Syracuse At Seton Hall

    Syracuse lost to Connecticut on Wednesday, moving them into a three-way tie for first in the Big East. Jim Boeheim will try to get his team refocused and continue to work James Southerland back into the mix.