‘Nova is looking like a real contender for the 2014 title, but can these cats hang tough come March Madness tournament time?
After a trip to the Elite Eight in last year’s Bracket, and a softer Big East, the Marquette Golden Eagles should be set to advance again in the 2014 March Madness Tournament.
The Creighton Blue Jays are out of the MVC and into the Big East. Can the Jays overcome stiffer competition to make it back to the 2014 Big Dance Tournament?
We don’t talk about parity anymore when we talk about college basketball, but life is the Big East is about as close as you can get to it.
Overtime seemed to be the theme of the weekend: Notre Dame prevails. Michigan falls and the rest of your NCAA scores from February 9-10.
Indiana downs Michigan, Oklahoma State downs Kansas. It was a Saturday of upsets in the NCAA.
Pittsburgh has the players and the potential to excel at an elite level. Realizing it is another story entirely.
With Michael Carter-Williams leading the way, Cuse Nation is back for redemption…if they can overcome more eligibility issues.
The Hoyas, one of the NCAA’s most storied programs are in danger of missing out on the tournament if their back court can’t get it together.
Marquette is moving on after the departure of March Madness phenom Jae Crowder. But can the Golden Eagles overcome the NCAA’s top competition?
The Fighting Irish have NCAA title aspirations in mind for 2013, but have to get past some stiff competition in the Big East first.
Louisville is looking to return to the Final Four and surprising the field in 2012. And with Rick Pitino at the helm they’ve got a good shot at repeating.
UConn is cruising back in the Big East but under NCAA sanctions, Kevin Ollie’s first year with the Huskies will be a rebuilding one.