1. Villanova's Culture a Major Part of Their Big East Tournament Victory

    If I was taught to dislike anything during a life so far spent watching sports, it's fake hustle. You know it when you see it, like Reggie Evans climbing over a teammate's back to secure ...

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  2. J.P. Macura out for Big East Championship

    A right ankle sprain will keep J.P. Macura from playing in tonight's Big East Championship game against Villanova at Madison Square Garden...

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  3. Macura (Ankle) Out for Big East Title Game

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  4. Xavier vs. Villanova: Live Score and Highlights for Big East Championship 2015

    Villanova coach Jay Wright earned his first Big East tournament title after Saturday night’s 69-52 victory over Xavier at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Dylan Ennis led the No...

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  5. DePaul Coach Oliver Purnell Resigns

    DePaul has decided to part ways with head coach Oliver Purnell with two years left on his contract, multiple sources told NBCSports.com...

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  6. Big East Tournament 2015: Villanova vs Xavier TV Info, Live Stream, Predictions

    A couple of two-point games have decided who will play in the 2015 Big East tournament title game, as Villanova and Xavier will suit up for the conference finale at Madison Square Garden on Saturday...

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  7. Xavier Holds off No. 23 Georgetown 65-63 in Big East Semis

    Matt Stainbrook had 20 points and nine rebounds, and Xavier finally hit the free throws it needed to hold off a furious rally by No. 23 Georgetown and secure a 65-63 victory Friday night in the Big East Tournament semifinals...

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  8. Takeaways from Xavier's Win over Butler

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  9. Butler Bulldog Mascot Goes Hard in the Paint, Also Vomits in Paint

    It was one of those nights for the No. 22 Butler Bulldogs on Thursday. After controlling things for most of their Big East tournament quarterfinal tilt against Xavier, Roosevelt ...

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  10. Big East Tournament 2015: Semifinals Schedule, Live Stream, Bracket Predictions

    A pair of blowout contests in Round 1 of the 2015 Big East tournament may have put the writing on the wall, as Thursday's early quarterfinal games didn't get much closer. Villanova reminded the nation why it's deserving of a No...

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  11. Xavier's Davis Drills Deep 3 to End Half vs. Butler

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  12. 'Abell' to Do That? Xavier G Euro-Steps Butler

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  13. Creighton Player Whips Basketball at His Teammate's Head

    During Thursday's Creighton-Georgetown game, the Bluejays' Devin Brooks attempted a pass to his teammate, Geoffrey Groselle — by hurling the basketball right at his head. ....

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  14. Watch: Trawick Muscles Past Creighton for And-1

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  15. Lavin Says 'I'm a Poor Tournament Coach'

    St. John's went out with a whimper again in the Big East's postseason, making its coach, Steve Lavin, 0 for 4 in Big East tourney games since taking over the program five seasons ago...

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  16. Providence Rolls Past St. John's 74-57 in Big East

    NEW YORK -- LaDontae Henton had 20 points and 12 rebounds and Kris Dunn had 17 points and 11 assists to lead fourth-seeded Providence to a 74-57 victory over fifth-seeded St...

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  17. St. John's G Hits Reverse And-1 Layup

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  18. Watch: Henton Dishes to Dunn for Dunk vs. SJU

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  19. Big East Tournament 2015: Quarterfinals Schedule, Live Stream, Bracket Picks

    The 2015 Big East tournament didn't exactly get off to a nail-biting start, as two blowouts comprised the first round of action...

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  20. Crisp Passing Pushes Texas Past Texas Tech

    Texas flew to Kansas City knowing it needed a win over Texas Tech in the first round of the Big 12 tournament, but it took the team a half to really play like it. .....

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  21. Gibbs Says He Will 'Definitely' Return Next Season

    NEW YORK — Seton Hall's late season free fall came to its seemingly inevitable conclusion in the first round of the Big East Tournament, where the Pirates were destroyed by Marquette, 78-56, in a game they were never really in...

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  22. Golden Eagles' Carlino Drills Deep Trey

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  23. Watch: Marquette Banks 3 to End Half vs. Seton Hall

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  24. Watch: Wilson Takes It to the Hole vs. Seton Hall

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  25. Eli Cain to DePaul

    Eli Cain, a 6-foot-6, 205-pound guard from Newark (N.J.) St. Benedict's Prep and the NJ Playaz AAU program, committed to DePaul on Wednesday following a recent official visit. .....

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