1. Louisville-Georgetown: Hoyas Get Back in Groove with a Big Road Win

    Just days ago, the Georgetown Hoyas were coming off an embarrassing loss in New Jersey to Rutgers. Yes, Rutgers. The loss was part of a hectic week that left people asking if the top Big East teams were actually as powerful as people had once thought...

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  2. A-10 Conference Looking Strong, but Who Will Be Dancing in March?

    For years the Atlantic-10 conference has been a respectable force in the college basketball world. Now, however, they are bringing the heat stronger than ever before...

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  3. UConn Breaks Away from Bubble with Monster Win vs. West Virginia

    It was just nine days ago that Jim Calhoun came back to the Connecticut program. And it was just nine days since he called his team an embarrassment...

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  4. Princeton Takes Embarrasing Loss As Their Upset Dreams Get Slim

    It was supposed to be an easy win. Instead, it was a crushing defeat that leaves Princeton in a crippling position. They now must defeat Cornell on the road in order to get back to even in the Ivies...

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  5. NYC College Basketball Hits Low with Columbia, Fordham, and Manhattan Struggling

    New York has been known for years as the mecca of college basketball. Local high schoolers dream of one day playing for the teams that they have grown up watching. Now, however, things are changing...

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  6. Knicks Not Out Yet: Why New York Still Has Shot at Playoffs

    The Knicks may have lost their last eight of nine, they may have a struggling offense, an awful defense, and a frustrated coach, but they also have a shot. It's not that hard to make the playoffs in the NBA; half the teams do it...

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  7. Cornell-Harvard: Big Red Takes Command of Ivy League with Win

    Ryan Wittman scored 27 points to lead the Cornell Big Red to a huge win tonight against Harvard.  Cornell, who defeated Harvard by 36 just a matter of weeks ago, came into this game with just as much pressure on them...

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  8. Huge Ivy League Weekend on Tap As First Place Is Up for Grabs

    As Friday rolls around again, so too does another Ivy League basketball weekend. This weekend should be a good one as the top three teams are primed to separate themselves from the rest of the pack and duke it out as the conference weekends wane on...

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  9. A Review Of This Weeks NCAA Mens Basketball Polls

    Today's new top 25 polls came out, and there weren't too many surprises. Kansas stayed in the top slot, while Kentucky also got some first place votes in both the AP/ESPN USA TODAY poll...

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  10. Syracuse vs. Louisville: Why the Orange Fans Don't Need To Panic

    The Syracuse Orange may have lost today, and although it does raise some questions, there is no need to panic in upstate New York...

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  11. Arghhh! Seton Hall Pirates To Be a Force Come March

    With all the craziness of the Big East come March, there is always a lot of talk, predictions, controversy, and shocking upsets. All one can assume is that it will not be different this year...

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  12. Cornell vs. Princeton: A Game For The Ages Ends With a Princeton Loss

    In a game that was worthy of its hype, Jeff Foote (above) and the Cornell Big Red survived a scare from the newly first-placed Princeton Tigers. Cornell was a unanimous pick to win the league before the season started...

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  13. Cornell-Princeton: A Game For the Ages Ends With a Tigers Loss

    In a game that was worthy of its hype, Jeff Foote (above) and the Cornell Big Red survived a scare from the newly first placed Princeton Tigers. Cornell was a unanimous pick to win the league before the season started...

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  14. Penn vs. Cornell Basketball Recap: Cornell's Dreams Crumble as Reality Sets in

      As the Cornell basketball team walked into the Palestra tonight with a 20-3 record and as a 17-point favorite, they were probably pretty confident coming into this game...

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  15. Cardinals-Red Storm: St. John's Takes Home Big Win vs. Louisville

    St. John's Head Coach Norm Roberts will sleep well tonight. After getting booed during introductions from the small Madison Square Garden crowd, his team knocked off  reigning Big East Champion Louisville, 74-55...

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  16. Small Brooklyn School of St. Francis Looks To Go Dancing for First Time

    Right off of the two train in Brooklyn is a one building college, or as it is known to students, "The Small College of Big Dreams." The school is St...

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  17. Big East Basketball: Who's Dancing in March?

    This 2009-2010 season has been one of the most backward, upside-down slate of games in quite a long time. North Carolina is just trying to stay above .500 and undisputed No. 1 Kansas almost lost to Cornell...

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  18. Fordham Plays Role of A-10 Pushover as They Fall To 2-20

    Things have changed since the 1970-1971 season when Digger Phelps coached Fordham to a 26-3 record, and things have changed for the worst. Tonight, as the Rams dropped their 15th straight of the season to a mediocre St...

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  19. Ivy League Basketball: Huge Weekend With Top Two Teams Facing Off

    Just two weeks ago in Ithaca, NY, Cornell and Harvard were preparing for what was coined as the biggest Ivy League game in history. The game was determined "the place to be" by ESPN.com's Andy Katz, and was being hyped up by all college basketball junkies

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