1. Report: Providence HC Cooley Goes to Hospital Mid-Game

    Some scary news out of the Big East on Saturday afternoon as Providence head coach Ed Cooley left the Friars' home contest against Xavier and went to a local hospital in the middle of the game...

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  2. Obekpa Leaves vs. Creighton with Ankle Injury

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  3. Photo: Villanova Wearing 1985 Nat'l Title Throwback Unis

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  4. Marquette's Carlino to Miss Time with Concussion

    Marquette will play Saturday's Big East road game at Seton Hall without leading scorer Matt Carlino, as the senior has a concussion and will sit out. The news of Carlino's concussion was first reported by Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel..

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  5. Obekpa Removed from Starting Lineup After Elbow

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  6. Steve Lavin Says He Still Has Support from St. John's

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  7. Villanova Wildcats vs. Georgetown Hoyas: Betting Odds, Matchup Stats

    Two of the Big East’s best teams will square off Saturday when the Villanova Wildcats host the Georgetown Hoyas ...

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  8. Xavier Looking for Leadership After Loss to Creighton

    CINCINNATI -- Cintas Center has been a good home for Xavier University. One hundred ninety-nine times the Musketeers have sent their on-campus arena fans home happy with a victory, including 11 straight times this season...

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  9. Henton Appeared to Have, Uh, Walked at the End of the Game

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  10. PC Wins for First Time in 10 Years at Georgetown, 74-71

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – In one of the gutsiest wins in recent Providence College hoop history, the Friars made a load of tough plays down the stretch to wipe out a 13-point second half deficit and win, 74-71 over Georgetown at the Verizon Center...

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  11. DePaul Races by Seton Hall, 75-62

    ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Jamee Crockett scored 21 points on 9-of-17 shooting from the field to lead DePaul to a 75-62 victory over Seton Hall on Tuesday night. .....

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  12. Harrison Becomes the Third Member of the School's 2,000 Point Club

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  13. Well-Traveled Ennis Finds a Good Home at Villanova

    NEARLY 2 decades ago, in a far-off gym in ice-cold Canada, Dylan Ennis never wanted his teammates to know he was the coach's son...

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  14. Stainbrook Has Some Unfinished Business He Would Like to Clear Up

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A winding road that began at Western Michigan University has led to good fortunes with the Xavier Musketeers for Matt Stainbrook...

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  15. Kale No! Hoyas to Give out Leafy Green to Fans

    Every so often a sports team pays homage to a particular food — dollar hot dog night, free sundaes at halftime — but never has a team professed its love for a leafy, antioxident-laden green...

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  16. Red Storm Look for Revenge on the Road Against the Bulldogs

    Prior to tip-off at Madison Square Garden on Saturday afternoon against the then-conference-leading Providence Friars, things could not have been headed any more south for St. John's this season...

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  17. The Unsung Hero for Seton Hall Hoops? Ball-Handling

    It got lost in the shuffle of Isaiah Whitehead's triumphant return, but the ball-handling has been superb for Seton Hall men's basketball...

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  18. Seton Hall on Brink of Ranking in Latest AP Poll, Gibbs on Honor Roll

    Two wins in league play and the return of Isaiah Whitehead may have turned the heads of a few voters in the AP Poll after Seton Hall had all but slipped from consideration a week prior...

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  19. Weekly Bracketology: Seton Hall Improves Slightly After Pair of Wins

    After last week's fall to their lowest position in brackets since December, Seton Hall has unanimously received a boost from bracketologists following a pair of wins over Marquette and Xavier that stopped a three-game slide...

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  20. Frontcourt Stability Keying Villanova's Success

    Villanova hasn't advanced past the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament since 2009, the year Jay Wright's club lost to eventual champion North Carolina in the Final Four...

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  21. Smith-Rivera Leads No. 21 Hoyas Past Creighton 67-40

    OMAHA, Neb. -- D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored 24 points and No. 21 Georgetown held Creighton without a field goal for more than 17 minutes in a 67-40 victory Saturday.....

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  22. Jordan out of St. John's Lineup for Disciplinary Reasons

    St. John's guard Rysheed Jordan is available to play Saturday against Providence but will not start due to disciplinary reasons, a school spokesman said.....

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  23. St. John's Jordan Apologizes for Homophobic Tweet

    St. John's biggest concern going into Saturday's game against Providence at the Garden has been Rysheed Jordan's left knee. Maybe there should be greater worry about his fingers - they got him into some hot water on Friday...

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  24. St. John's Guard Strains Patella in Loss at Creighton

    St. John's suffered a painful loss at Creighton on Wednesday night, dropping them to 2-5 in the tough Big East, but that wasn't the only damage from their trip to Omaha...

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  25. Seton Hall Surges Early in 2nd Half, Beats Marquette 80-70

    MILWAUKEE -- Sterling Gibbs scored 24 points, including 11 straight for Seton Hall early in the second half, and had 10 assists to lead the Pirates past Marquette 80-70 on Wednesday night...

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