1. 2010 NCAA Tournament: Cornell Blows Out Temple; Why Their Run Isn't Over

    Temple may be one of the best defensive teams in the country. They may have some of the best overall talent in the country. They may have been ranked 17th, and they may have gotten a No...

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  2. 2010 NCAA Tournament: Day Two Early Games Halfway Through; Madness Continues on

    Just about 11 hours after the first day of the tournament ended, the second one started. Once again, it didn't start as expected. West Virginia (No. 2 seed) started play against MEAC champion Morgan State...

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  3. 2010 NCAA Tournament; What Is It That Attracts Fans To March Mandess?

    Every year in the beginning of March the snow starts to melt, the birds start to chirp, and the sun starts to shine. March is a new start. March is the home of Madness. College basketball fans have this whole month circled on their calendar...

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  4. What Is The Biggest Mistake For Filling Out Your NCAA Tournament Bracket?

    For all those fans who fill out a bracket this time of year, there is one message that you need to hear. Don't pick the Cinderella...

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  5. 2010 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Why Cornell Deserves to be Mad About No. 12 Seed

    Newman Arena opened its doors for the Big Red faithful tonight, and when their name was announced, the crowd as expected, went wild. However, Cornell fans, despite the teams success, do have a legitimate argument to be upset...

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  6. Anythings Possible!: A Look at The Top 10 Mid Majors In College BB

    In what might be considered the most wide-open tournament in recent history, nothing is locked. Usually the top conferences send the top teams to the tournament, in what usually becomes a battle of the elite basketball institutions...

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  7. Cornell Awaits Seeding: Why They Are the Team That No One Wants To Play

    Steve Donahue may have the best team in college basketball that doesn't get a top-10 seed. The Big Red have compiled one of the best seasons in team history after finishing up their season with just four losses and collecting 27 wins—and counting.

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  8. Big East Tournament: Top Teams Start Play Against Upset Hopefuls

    Thursday marks the start of what most people would call the "real" Big East Tournament. Up to now there have been eight games, and seven of the eight teams to play on the first day have been eliminated...

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  9. Big East Tournanment: Wednesday's Games Determine Who Goes Dancing

    Wednesday figures to be a big day at the Big East Tournament, with the winners more likely than not clinching at least a postseason berth...

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  10. Big East Tournament: Three Dark Horses To Keep an Eye On

    For many teams, the Big East tournament isn't just a way to solidify a high seed. In fact, for most of them, it is to gain a spot in the Big Dance—a spot they wouldn't otherwise have gotten...

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  11. Knicks Sink To New Low: Why New York Has Fallen into a Hapless Pitt

    As the Knicks fell to a 21-41 record last night on their home court to the New Jersey Nets by a score of 113-93, there wasn't much to smile about. Fans weren't thinking about the future, and neither was Mike D'Antoni...

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  12. Big East Tournament 2010: Field Is Set As Regular Season Ends On a Wild Note

    On Tuesday, March 9, the Big East Tournament will tip off at noon at Madison Square Garden, "The World's Most Famous Arena...

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  13. Rico Pickett Leads Manhattan to Quarterfinals; a Date With Siena Awaits

    It just hasn't been a good season for the Manhattan College Jaspers. The Jaspers are a mere 10-19 on the season, with a 4-14 mark in conference play...

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  14. Cornell Vs. Brown: Big Red Win to Clinch Third Straight Ivy Title!

    It's over! Well at least for the Ivy League. Cornell became the first team to punch their ticket to the NCAA tournament for the third straight year thanks to their 95-76 win over Brown. The Big Red hit 20 of their 30 three pointers tonight...

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  15. March is Upon Us: Why 2010 NCAA Tournament Will Be Best Ever

    Just about nine days from now, college basketball fans will be filling out their brackets, hopeful of winning their office pool or maybe picking a correct Final Four...

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  16. Who Will Be Dancing From Big East As Conference Heads Into Final Weekend

    If the season ended today, a lot of Big East team's futures would be up in the air. Unfortunately, that will also be the case Saturday when the regular season ends. However, some teams need to make a case for themselves in the final days...

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  17. New Top 25 Polls Out: Why Some Teams Have Been Misplaced

    As the morning hours passed on Monday, there was some wonder going around the college basketball nation. Would Syracuse take over as the No. 1 team in the country? The answer, yes. Out of the 31 first place votes, the Orange owned 23 of them...

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  18. Sleeper Tennessee Team Could Find Itself Awake for Final Four

    Bruce Pearl may not have the most talented group of guys, and this may not have been the dream season which has give past teams ultimate confidence heading into March...

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  19. Cornell Clinches Share Of Ivy Crown; Within One Win of Tournament Berth

    Well, at least the rest of the Ivy League can have some consolation, the celebration won't take place on Cornell's home court...

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  20. Syracuse Use Balanced Scoring Effort to Take Out Second Place Villanova

    In front of sea of orange, Syracuse grabbed a huge win to take home the Big East regular season crown. It was a record crowd tonight at the Carrier Dome to see a 95-77 Orange victory...

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  21. Grimes Last Second Shot Gives Columbia Win; Jaspers Not As Fortunate

    Just one year ago with about three seconds on the clock Columbia had a two point lead over Penn vanish on a half-court buzzer beater by senior Kevin Egee. This year, it was time for Columbia's revenge...

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  22. Villanova-Syracuse: Why the Orange Will Come Away Victorious

    As the biggest Big East conference game of the season approaches tomorrow, the entire city of Syracuse is anxiously waiting for the hour to arrive. 34,616 fans are expected to make their way into the Carrier Dome tomorrow for the 9 p...

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  23. Northeast Conference Comes Down to Final Day...Again

    The Northeast Conference may be one of the lowest mid-major conferences in all of college basketball, but you have to give them credit, they sure make things interesting...

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  24. Cornell-Princeton: Big Red Look To Push Away as They Face Major Test

    This weekend will be the last home weekend for the Big Red seniors. They hope, however, that there is still a lot more excitement to come...

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  25. Knicks-Celtics: New York Puts Up Hard Fight, but Late Shots Fail To Fall

    They were oh so close. Of course, they usually are. The Knicks have found so many ways to lose, and so many ways to break fans' spirits this season, that many of the New York faithful have lost count...

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