On February 24 and 25, we're going to break down where each of the major conferences' player of the year race stands going into March. Here, we bring you the race for the Big East's award.
Jon Rothstein takes a look back at the week in college basketball and spins it forward with a look at some big games this weekend.
St. John's turned up the pressure in the second half against Georgia Tech -- and that might be the Red Storm win games going forward.
The same prevailing thought resonated throughout college basketball circles all summer. The addition of highly touted freshman Rysheed Jordan would finally give St. John's the electric point guard it needed to be a major factor in the Big East and compete for an NCAA Tournament bid for the first time since 2011.
Jon Rothstein takes a look at the five teams poised to show significant improvement this season.
St. John's stumbled down the stretch this season, but the commitment of Rysheed Jordan on Thursday could put the Red Storm over the hump and into the NCAA tournament.
The at-large hopes for the 16-11 Red Storm officially took their biggest hit on Friday, as coach Steve Lavin announced the team's leading scorer won't play another game this season.
There were a couple of Top-25 battles, as well as a long list of early conference tilts. Illinois, Kansas State and others made statements.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim won for the 903rd time in his career to pass Bob Knight for second all-time in Division I in career wins. Louisville overcame a slow start to defeat Providence for its eighth straight win. South Florida defeated in-state rival Central Florida to win its fourth consecutive game.
Louisville overcame a slow start to outlast Memphis in a physical contest Saturday. Georgetown continued to break out of a mini-offensive slump after cracking 80 for the second straight game, while Pitt, Marquette, and Syracuse defended their respective home courts against inferior opponents. Cincinnati improved to 10-0 for the second time in three seasons with a win over Marshall.

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