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As The Big East Tournament Begins Its Swan Song, Here’s A Look Back At Its Top 5 Moments

From 1980-2013, the Big East Tournament reigned as the single most exciting event in college sports. There were no obscure teams. No lopsided match ups. And no mention of anything North Carolina related for 5 days. The most physical, most competitive conference tournament in NCAA basketball will be missed. Good night, sweet prince…

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Meet Pittsburgh Panthers’ Punny New Placekicker: Chris Blewitt

The Pittsburgh Panthers are planning on starting Chris Blewitt, a freshman kicker, in 2013. We hope he doesn’t blow it. Better puns, after the jump!

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Boston College Athletic Director Changes Tune On ESPN’s Role In ACC Expansion

When Syracuse and Pittsburgh announced they were leaving the Big East for the ACC last month, it marked the biggest conference-shifting news since Nebraska bolted for the Big 10 last year, and the end of the Big East football conference as we know it. It also got some people thinking: did ESPN play a role in the move? A couple days ago, one ACC athletic director sent those thoughts into overdrive. And today, he tried to take it all back.

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The Big East Is Falling Apart

According to CBS Sports’ Brett McMurphy, Syracuse and Pittsburgh sent the ACC letters of application. If those applications are accepted, it would not be good for the Big East. As a football conference, it’s already fledgling (even after TCU’s addition), and going down to seven football schools could be the death knell. While it doesn’t seem anything is finalized yet, it’s a very real possibility, and there seems to be agreement on one point: the Big East has incompetent leadership to “thank.”

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Watch Video Of The Butler-Pitt Ending, The Most Bizarre, Exciting Finish You’ll Ever See

In one of the more insane endings to a basketball game you’ll ever see, the Butler Bulldogs beat the Pittsburgh Panthers after two foul calls that were very, very far away from the basket.

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President Obama’s Final Four Picks Are…All Top Seeds

Yes, it’s that glorious time of year when everyone gets asked about their NCAA brackets. That, of course, includes the President of the United States.

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VIDEO: Kemba Walker Hits Buzzer Beater, UConn Beats Pitt

UConn’s Kemba Walker had 24 points, and thanks to a great call by Jim Calhoun, hit the game-winning shot against Pitt today in Madison Square Garden.

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More Mascot Trouble: Cincinnati’s Bearcat Arrested During Game (Video)

Ohio University’s Rufus Bobcat has some competition for most unruly college mascot of 2010 – earlier today, the University of Cincinnati’s Bearcat mascot was involved in a bit of an episode during the team’s game against Pittsburgh.

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