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TBT: USF MBB upsets Georgetown on the road

The 2009-2010 season was a good one for the Bulls but the biggest moment was the upset victory over then 7th ranked Georgetown on the road on a Wednesday (February 3rd 2010 to be precise) night in Washington, DC. 76 more words


Top Incoming Freshman: Big East Edition

1. Jahvon Quinerly, Villanova

  • Hard to believe this Villanova team has lost four key players from their national championship team, and will still contend for next year’s Big East title.
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Ed Cooley has Transformed Providence, but There’s More to Come in Friartown

By John Fanta


The standard has changed for Providence men’s basketball.


Before Ed Cooley took over in Friartown in 2011, the program had not reached the NCAA Tournament since 2004. 567 more words

St. John's

College basketball has been over for some time now, which is sad. But I bring good news! I’m thinking about it so let’s blog about the Red Storm shall we? 490 more words

Keonte Kennedy's commitment gives Xavier backcourt depth

Xavier kept its commitment from three-star guard Keonte Kennedy as he pledged to the Musketeers for a second, and final, time on Friday.

The 6-foot-4 Kennedy was originally committed and signed to Xavier back in November, but he opted to open up his recruitment in late April when former head coach Chris Mack left for Louisville. 177 more words


Fanta Report: How Nova Reboots, A Red Storm Is Brewing and Marquette Mobilizes Towards a Big East Title

By John Fanta


NEW JERSEY — An unprecedented era of Villanova Basketball has also brought uncharted waters for Jay Wright and his staff. Losing Mikal Bridges and Jalen Brunson was expected, but it was up in the air entering the NBA Draft Combine whether Donte DiVincenzo and Omari Spellman would enter the draft as well. 936 more words

Just how abnormal is the Big East's returning talent drain?

The ink on the 2018 season wasn’t even dry yet when one glaring takeaway was already burning brightly. The Big East will be much weaker both individually and as a whole. 927 more words