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.
There are only 23 games on Tuesday night, but boy are some of them big ones. Here's what you've got on tap for the last Tuesday of February.
Kentucky is still the unanimous No. 1 team in America for the fourth consecutive week, and the top-seven are the same for the sixth consecutive week, which hasn't happened since 1993-94 according to Associated Press.
Gary Parrish is joined, as always on Fridays, by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie. On the table: Chris Jones' suspension at Louisville is lifted. The eight teams still vying for No. 1 seeds. Jahlil Okafor should still be ahead of Frank Kaminsky for Player of the Year. And why Kansas is getting it wrong with Cliff Alexander.
Xavier held off Cincinnati in the Crosstown Shootout to help keep the Musketeers tournament hopes alive.
After missing the NCAA Tournament last season for the first time since 2009, Notre Dame isn't just getting back, it's poised for a high seed. Thanks to Jerian Grant's return.
Yes, the Sterling Gibbs-Ryan Arcidiacono incident was ugly -- at least for Gibbs. But the way he addressed it after the game, and the way Arcidiacono accepted his apology, was a pretty cool way to end the night.
All the scores, highlights and updates from Monday night in college basketball.
Sterling Gibbs was called for a flagrant 2 foul and ejected after hitting Ryan Arcidiacono during a fight for a loose ball late in the second half of a loss at Villanova.
The top eight teams remain the same this week and no new teams enter the Associated Press poll this week.

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