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  • Loss of independent status is victim of Johns Hopkins' move to Big Ten

    Loss of independent status is victim of Johns Hopkins' move to Big Ten
    Monday’s announcement that Johns Hopkins would join the Big Ten in 2015 can be viewed as a new beginning for the program. It also signals an end to its traditional status as an independent. Next season will be the Blue Jays’ 131st and...
  • Denver's move to Big East could force Johns Hopkins to look elsewhere

    Denver's move to Big East could force Johns Hopkins to look elsewhere
    Denver's announcement Thursday that it will leave the Eastern College Athletic Conference and move to the Big East for immediate membership next season could impact Johns Hopkins’ search for a conference that the program can call home. The Big...
  • Assessing which conference Johns Hopkins could call home

    Assessing which conference Johns Hopkins could call home
    Now that Johns Hopkins has opened the door for conferences to woo the illustrious program, the most pressing question centers on if there is one league that best suits the Blue Jays – and vice versa. If coach Dave Pietramala and athletic...
  • Villanova Can't Slow Down UConn As Huskies Run To 76-43 Victory

    – Since the freshmen are relatively new to the neighborhood, UConn's veterans took time this week to explain what it's like hanging out with Villanova. To paraphrase: You can knock on its door, but you can't make them come out to play. You can...
  • UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37

    UConn Women Find Range, Roll Over Marquette, 94-37
    When the Big East selected Marquette to play UConn twice this season, Golden Eagles coach Terri Mitchell tried to pour herself a glass half full. This was a magnanimous gesture. An ordinary person, confronted by the possibilities, would have...
  • 2013 Big East All-Sports Conference

    2013 Big East All-Sports Conference Present: Cincinnati, Connecticut, DePaul, Georgetown, Louisville, Marquette, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rutgers, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Syracuse, South Florida, Villanova Joining July 1, 2013:...
  • Past, Present, Future of Big East

    Past, Present, Future of Big East:     Still in Big East: UConn, Cincinnati, South Florida, Temple     Still in Big East, but reportedly leaving: DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Villanova, Providence, Seton Hall, St. John's     Still in Big East, but...
  • THE NEW BIG EAST AND ACC

    Barring more changes, a look at what the Big East and Atlantic Coast Conference will look like, with the first year in the conference in parentheses. BIG EAST FOOTBALL *Boise State (2013) *Central Florida (2013) *Cincinnati (2005) *Connecticut...
  • UConn Men Fall In Big East Opener At Marquette, 82-76 In Overtime

    UConn Men Fall In Big East Opener At Marquette, 82-76 In Overtime
    UConn's first Big East game under coach Kevin Ollie had a little of everything — physical play, dramatic shots and not one, but two, Husky comebacks. And it had an officials' blunder that all could have done without. But all of this figured into...
  • UConn Routs DePaul, 99-78

    UConn Routs DePaul, 99-78
    STORRS — UConn had a week to mull over its loss at Marquette. Kevin Ollie had a week to think of new ways to get his team to play more aggressively under the basket, and DeAndre Daniels had a week to think about the minutes he did not play. "I...
  • State hoops: Morgan State falls to Virginia despite Jackson's 32

    Darion Atkins scored a career-high 17 points as one of four players in double figures to lead Virginia over visiting Morgan State, 75-57, on Wednesday night. Dewayne Jackson had a season-high 32 points — one shy of his career high — on 11-...