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Progress Report: Big East

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This year, it feels like the Big East is the conference of overachievers. Yes, just about everyone thought that Villanova would be good … and it is. Many predicted Georgetown to be unpredictable … and it is. But it’s hard to find many favorable preseason remarks about Providence or Butler. Yet all of these teams are looking to finish the season strong and earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Several big games remain on the schedule, including tonight’s contest between Villanova and Providence.

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Ranking the Rivalries

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College sports are built upon the foundation of great rivalries. Tonight, we celebrate the Mona Lisa of college basketball rivalries when the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils welcome No. 15 North Carolina to Cameron Indoor Stadium at 8 p.m. CT on ESPN.

The Battle of Tobacco Road is the best rivalry in college sports. Yes, I went there. I said it. The best darn rivalry in college sports.

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BGOC: St. John’s at Georgetown

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Two bubble teams heading in two different directions square off in D.C. tonight as the Red Storm of St. John’s battle the Hoyas of Georgetown. Bracket experts have their eyes glued to this one. Which team will stake its claim as a team to be deserving of a spot in the big dance?

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