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2016 Gavitt Games Quick Look: Providence at Ohio State

Year 1 of the Gavitt Games saw the Big East and the Big Ten split the 8 games, 4-4. Villanova, Providence, St. John’s and Xavier beat their Big Ten foes, while DePaul, Georgetown, Creighton and Marquette dropped their games. 505 more words

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Recruiting: GW Playing the Transfer Market

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Just 48 hours after Jon Rothstein broke the news that Paul Jorgensen would leave the program, college basketball media types are saying that GW has already gotten involved in the transfer carousel. 315 more words

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Rothstein: High-Level Choke Job From Virginia

If you’re the best defensive team in the country and you’re up 16 points in the second half – which Virginia was on Sunday – that’s a game you have to win, especially when you’re vying for your first Final Four since 1984. 587 more words

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CBS' Jon Rothstein: Don't Expect Sean Miller Or Archie Miller To Replace Dixon

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – With Jamie Dixon accepting the head coaching job at TCU, the attention now shifts to finding his replacement.

CBS college basketball insider Jon Rothstein joined “The Fan Morning Show” Tuesday to talk about Pitt beginning their search. 521 more words

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Rothstein: Jamie Dixon Has Said It's Time To Move On From Pittsburgh

The dust has settled on the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, but Jon Rothstein still can’t believe what we witnessed over the previous four days. 842 more words

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Rothstein: Yale Has Pure Point Guard, Duke Does Not

No. 12 Yale stunned No. 5 Baylor, 79-75, in first-round action Thursday, setting up a Round-of-32 matchup with No. 4 Duke this weekend.

Can the Bulldogs (23-6) actually beat the Blue Devils (23-10)? 335 more words

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Rothstein: Prepare Yourself For Anarchy Over Next Couple Weeks

The Arizona Wildcats went 25-8 this season. They won nine of their last 12 games, with one of the three losses coming in overtime against Oregon in the Pac-12 Tournament. 565 more words

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