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Big East Awards and Tournament Predictions

Can we get an encore this week?  The 2020 Big East season was certainly one to remember.  It featured the senior seasons of two of the best scorers in conference history – Markus Howard who broke a two decade old record, and Myles Powell who provided the league with so many moments. As a conference, the Big East was also

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Creighton Remains Hot, Stiffles Howard and Marquette

Creighton held the nations leading scorer, Markus Howard scoreless in the first half for the first time all season as the Blue Jays defeated Marquette on the road 73-65. Creighton won their eighth game of their last nine and now has five road victories in arguably the nation’s toughest conference. The Big East’s highest-scoring teams battled in a surprisingly defensive

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Villanova Downs Butler

Villanova remained unbeaten at home as they handled Butler 76-61. The Wildcats used a balanced attack with five players scoring in double figures. Villanova’s defense was the story of the game as they held Butler to 25% shooting from behind the arc and only committing a total of ten fouls the entire game. Villanova opened up a 10 point halftime

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B1G/ACC Challenge Preview

The Big Ten faces off with the ACC in the 20th year of the challenge. The ACC currently leads the challenge in yearly wins, holding 12 compared to the Big Ten’s five, which is accompanied by three ties, one of which came last year. The event started with two games yesterday, with each of the two premier conferences winning one.

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Big East 2019/20 Season Preview

Last season, the Big East took a jump in the right direction.  While most media members shared the same thought that it was a young conference with Villanova as the only true contender, these ten teams thought otherwise. Sure, Villanova was dominant, but Markus Howard and Marquette proved their worth on the national stage, while Myles Powell led a deep

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CBB Review 2019 Preseason All-American Teams

FIRST TEAM Cassius Winston (178 Total Votes) (10 First Place Votes), Michigan State Myles Powell (157) (2 First Place Votes), Seton Hall Markus Howard (141), Marquette Jordan Nwora (122), Louisville James Wiseman (120), Memphis   SECOND TEAM Cole Anthony (99), North Carolina Tre Jones (93), Duke Udoka Azubuike (76), Kansas Kerry Blackshear Jr. (76), Floria Anthony Cowan Jr. (64), Maryland

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