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Big East Tournament 2014: TV Schedule, Video Stream, Odds and more

Top-seeded Villanova will look to claim their first Big East Tournament championship since 1995.

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Who predicted this Big East Final?

Providence will have the opportunity to guarantee it's entrance into the Big Dance with a win in the Big East Finale.


Film Room: Seton Hall vs. Nova Grades/Breakdown

Today's lesson: defensive switching, stopping the bigs, guarding the potential buzzer beater, the perimeter and the problem with help D


Semifinals are set, Seton Hall the Cinderella?

Villanova's quick exit is unfortunately the big story line of the night


'Cats upset by Pirates on Gibbs' buzzer beater

Sterling Gibbs' last-second shot dooms Villanova.


Video: Sterling Gibbs' buzzer beater

Onions, but not the good kind.


Seton Hall, DePaul advance to quarterfinals

Following Wednesday night's action in the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden, the Seton Hall Pirates and DePaul Blue Demons will be advancing to the quarterfinals after their opening round victories.

Seton Hall defeated the Butler Bulldogs 51-50 in the first game of the evening, with Gene Teague (who was battling the flu) leading the way with 14 points and 13 rebounds. The Pirates, who built a 13-point lead at one point, allowed Butler to get back in it late behind Khyle Marshall's 22-point, 8-rebound effort, but an Alex Barlow desperation heave with just seconds remaining would not go. Star guard Kellen Dunham was largely kept in check by Big East Defensive Player of the Year Fuquan Edwin. Dunham finished with

In the nightcap, Georgetown was embarrassed by DePaul, falling to the Big East cellar dwellers 60-56. Recently crowned Rookie of the Year Billy Garrett Jr. was impressive in his Big East Tournament debut, finishing with [stats]. Brandon Young fought for his 13 points, while Forrest Robinson was immense for Oliver Purnell, hitting several big 3s down the stretch.

D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera led the Hoyas with 21 points and 6 rebounds, while Markel Starts recorded 17 points and 3 assists.

Seton Hall has advanced to play the top-seeded Villanova Wildcats tomorrow at 12pm ET, while DePaul will take on the Creighton Bluejays in Thursday's first game of the night session. Tip-off for that game is scheduled for 7pm ET.

In other Thursday action, the St. John's Red Storm will take on the Providence Friars in what many are calling an NCAA Tournament play-in game at 2:30pm ET, while the last game of the evening between the Xavier Musketeers and Marquette Golden Eagles will tip at 9:30 pm ET.

All Thursday games will air on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports Go.

An updated bracket is below:


Seton Hall: Primer & Preview

The Wildcats look to keep their momentum going when they take on Seton Hall at Madison Square Garden.


Despite dips in ticket price, BET is still king

With tickets still available, it is a shock that the Big East still ranks at the top of all ticket sales, and Madison Square Garden is the sole reason.


BET: TV Schedule & Streaming Info

Here's how to watch all the madness unfold at Madison Square Garden.


BET: Team Profiles & Odds

A team-by-team breakdown of the Big East Tournament, where Villanova and Creighton are the heavy favorites to win.


Big East Tourney Pick'em

Nova over Creighton? DePaul over Butler? Take your pick!


Big East Tourney Bracket

The bracket is set for the Big East's annual gathering at The World's Most Famous Arena.

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