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BIG EAST Basketball Preview, week 14: TV Schedule, What To Watch For

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OMG

We can LITERALLY clinch the Big East Regular Season Championship tomorrow night :DDDD

The magic number stands at ONE, and there would be no better way to wrap it up

1.) At home

2.) In the Pavilion

3.) on SENIOR NIGHT

4.) Against the reigning Big East Tournament Champs

5.) On a Tuesday (when the club is going up)

6.) At 7:00pm

7.) In February

8.) Before Spring Break

I may have stretched those last few, but I'm sure we all share that same excitement. Georgetown is really kicking themselves for getting swept by Xavier and Providence; win one game vs. each and all of a sudden there's a half game distance between the 1st and 2nd place....

Kermit

This tea has been pretty good all season.

Also remember when DePaul and Seton Hall were in first place at 2-0 in the conference? Good times.

THIS WEEK:

Monday 8:00pm Xavier Musketeers St. John's Red Storm FS1
Tuesday 7:00pm Providence Friars (6) Villanova Wildcats FS1
Tuesday 9:00pm Creighton Bluejays DePaul Blue Demons FS1
Wednesday 8:00pm Marquette Golden Eagles (19) Butler Bulldogs FS1
Saturday 12:00pm Georgetown Hoyas St. John's Red Storm CBS
Saturday 2:00pm (6) Villanova Wildcats Xavier Musketeers FOX
Saturday 2:00pm (19) Butler Bulldogs DePaul Blue Demons FS2
Saturday 4:00pm Creighton Bluejays Seton Hall Pirates CBSSN
Sunday 3:30pm Marquette Golden Eagles Providence Friars FS1

Games of the Day

Tuesday

Providence vs. Villanova

Read the above paragraph.

Also looking forward to honoring Darrun Hilliard, JayVaughn Pinkston and Kevin Rafferty. While having very different roles and positions on the team, they all served as respectful members of a classy basketball program. Hilliard should no doubt get a big hand for stepping up in recent games.

Saturday

Georgetown vs. St. John's

Barring a terrible Pavilion loss at the hands of Providence, this game could also give the championship to the `Cats. Hopefully it doesn't come to that, however. Winning four of their last five, St. John's is on a hot streak and will look to bring high intensity to the Garden.