Providence Lands 2014 SF Jalen Lindsey; What Type of Impact Will He Provide Friars?
In two seasons under head coach Ed Cooley, the Providence Friars have yet to qualify for an NCAA Tournament. That however, will soon change and what Cooley has done with the Friars in just 2+ years is simply remarkable. Although Friars’ [...]
Catholic 7 Need Five Schools In Order to Cash In on Independence
Breaking away from the Big East is the popular thing to do right now, in fact its been popular since 2003 when Boston College, Miami and Virginia Tech bailed to join the ACC. Most recently the self appointed Catholic 7 [...]
Big East Conference Basketball Schools Power Forward in Exodus from League
As Big East Conference teams go head-to-head on the court, the “Catholic Seven” are paving the way for their mass exodus. And they mean business. Over the weekend, presidents representing the seven basketball schools in the Big East met in [...]
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Providence’s Ed Cooley Calls Louisville Cardinals the Best Basketball Team in Country
After watching his Friars lay a 31-point beating on Louisville almost a year ago, Providence coach Ed Cooley doesn’t have any false hope that history will repeat itself this season. In Louisville’s Big East opener, the Cardinals returned last season’s [...]
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Catholic Seven Outlook Bright Despite Dead Big East Conference
Over the past week a lot has been made about the “Catholic Seven” leaving the Big East Conference. The Big East was once the best basketball league in all the land and the seven private schools had a ton to [...]
How Does Implosion of Big East Basketball Impact the Big Ten?
I dare you to name all of the teams in the big six BCS conferences. Go. That’s right, it is not so easy any more. Conference realignment has become blind suits from universities desperately chasing TV money, wherever it may [...]
Seven Catholic Schools Expected to Announce Split From the Big East
Several media outlets began reporting the news of the most recent exodus of conference realignment on Thursday morning, once again involving the Big East Conference. After rumors had surfaced earlier in the week that seven, current Big East members were [...]
It’s Early, But Could the Big East Conference Be Falling Apart For Good?
On Sunday, seven current Big East Conference members met with commissioner Mike Aresco to discuss their displeasure with the future of one of the country’s power-six leagues. “It’s too early to say on that,” one source told ESPN when asked [...]
Big East Conference: An Open Letter to Commissioner Mike Aresco
Dear Michael L. Aresco, So I’ve read all these reports about the Tulane Green Wave joining our beloved Big East Conference. Mike, I mean Mr. Aresco, I get it. You’re in a tough spot with all those traitors jumping ship [...]