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Torrence’s pick-6 propels Buckeyes past PSU, 38-14

Associated Press

Devon Torrence #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes intercepts a pass in the third quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions at Ohio Stadium on November 13, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio. Torrence returned the interception 34-yards for a touchdown in the Buckeyes' 38-14 win over the Nittany Lions.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — As [...]

SEC exploring expansion just in case

Associated Press

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive says the league isn’t considering adding teams but is working on a plan to keep up with other conferences if they expand just in case.

The commissioner said Monday that the 12-member SEC hasn’t talked to any institutions about joining and has no plans [...]

Georgetown-West Virginia Preview

STATS LLC

Big East Conference Tournament

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Georgetown’s rich basketball history includes seven Big East tournament titles — a league record the 22nd-ranked Hoyas will try to extend Saturday.

For now, West Virginia would be happy with one.

Along with the championship of arguably the nation’s most competitive conference, the seventh-ranked Mountaineers may also have a [...]

Big East Conference Tournament 3-13-2010

Big East Conference Tournament

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Monroe leads Hoyas into Big East title game

Associated Press
NEW YORK — Greg Monroe had 23 points and 13 rebounds, and No. 22 Georgetown finally got the better of Marquette in a 80-57 victory Friday night that sent the Hoyas to the Big East tournament title game for the third time [...]

Big East Conference Tournament 3-12-2010

Big East Conference Tournament

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West Virginia sinks Cincinnati at the buzzer in Big East tournament

Associated Press
NEW YORK — West Virginia became the only one of the conference’s top four seeds to advance to the semifinals when Da’Sean Butler took an inbounds pass and banked in a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Mountaineers [...]

Big East Conference Tournament 3-11-2010

Big East Conference Tournament

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Vaughn leads Cincy over Louisville in Big East

Associated Press

NEW YORK — Cincinnati has rebounded quite well in getting comfortable at the Big East tournament.

The 11th-seeded Bearcats again used a huge advantage on the boards to beat sixth-seeded Louisville 69-66 on Wednesday night to advance to the quarterfinals. They are the [...]

Big East Conference Tournament 3-10-2010

Big East Conference Tournament

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Rutgers 68, Cincinnati 69
NEW YORK — Lance Stephenson picked up the hardware, then helped Cincinnati finally get a Big East tournament win.

The New York native was selected the conference’s Rookie of the Year on Tuesday afternoon. About 6 hours later, he backed up the choice by making [...]

Big East Men's Basketball Scores: Feb. 18th

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(5)  Syracuse  75, (10) Georgetown 71
WASHINGTON — The rivalry between Syracuse and Georgetown has featured dozens of games that have gone back and forth, seven that went to overtime and a handful of blowouts.

(21) Pittsburgh 58, Marquette 51
MILWAUKEE — It was a sure sign that Pittsburgh (No. 21 ESPN/USA Today, No. 19 [...]

Big East Men’s Basketball Scores: Feb. 12th

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(4) West Virginia  95 (23) Pittsburgh 98
PITTSBURGH — The very first basketball game in West Virginia history was against Pitt in 1903, and there have been 179 games in the Backyard Brawl rivalry since then. Not one was like this.

Feb. 13th Upcoming Games:

Providence Friars at Villanova Wildcats
2:00 PM ET, February 13, 2010
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, [...]

Big East Men's Basketball Scores: Feb. 11th

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Louisville 55, St. John’s 74
NEW YORK — D.J. Kennedy scored 15 points, Justin Burrell matched his season high with 14 and St. John’s snapped a five-game losing streak with a 74-55 victory over Louisville on Thursday night. (Full Story)

Notre Dame 87, Seton Hall 90
NEWARK, N.J. — Jeremy Hazell rebounded from one of his worst [...]