Big East RUMORS & NEWS

  • Sources: Obekpa may stay at St. John’s

    New York Post "Chris Obekpa’s departure isn’t the sure thing it was seen as weeks ago, when the Nigerian forward received his release to transfer. There is a chance the 6-foot-9 sophomore shot-blocking specialist could remain at St. John’s, sources said. If fences are able to be mended after Obekpa’s initial..." April 14

  • Former St. John’s guard/forward Max Hooper transfers to Oakland

    College Basketball Talk "After stops at Harvard and St. John’s, Max Hooper has found a new home, committing to Oakland according to a report from John Rothstein of CBS Sports. St. John’s announced Hooper’s intention to transfer on March 26. He sat out the 2012-2013 year, and averaged only saw nine minutes of action a..." April 14

  • Xavier's Justin Martin plans to graduate, then transfer

    CBSSports.com "With rumors swirling around the future of head coach Chris Mack at Xavier, the Musketeers are taking another personnel hit. Redshirt junior forward Justin Martin will play his final season of eligiblity elsewhere, planning to take advantage of the graduate transfer rule this spring. He will be..." April 11

  • California has targeted Xavier's Chris Mack as next head coach

    CBSSports.com "Xavier coach Chris Mack has emerged as a top target in California's ongoing search to replace Mike Montgomery, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Thursday. There is at least one report suggesting Mack has been offered the job. That's untrue, a source told CBSSports.com. But informal..." April 10

  • St. John’s lands Christ the King’s Delarosa for next season

    New York Post "St. John’s and Steve Lavin are on the board in 2014. The Red Storm received a dose of much-needed good news when Christ the King senior center Adonis Delarosa picked the Johnnies over Pittsburgh, Miami, South Carolina and Alabama at a press conference at the Queens school Wednesday, giving..." April 10

  • Senior forward Malek Harris decommits from Marquette

    College Basketball Talk "After not playing during the high school season and losing Marquette head coach Buzz Williams to Virginia Tech, Sandburg High School senior Malek Harris, a 6-foot-7 forward has opted to decommit from the Golden Eagles. The news was reported by Joe Henricksen of the City/Suburban Hoops Report...." April 07

  • Doug McDermott Earns Naismith Trophy

    GoCreighton.com "After two consecutive seasons of being an award finalist, the third time was a charm for Creighton University senior Doug McDermott, as he was named winner of the 2014 Naismith Trophy for Men’s College Player of the Year presented by AT&T. The Atlanta Tipoff Club made the announcement earlier..." April 07

  • Doug McDermott Named Winner of Wooden Award as Nation's Best Player

    GoCreighton.com "The John R. Wooden Award presented by Wendy’s, the preeminent men’s collegiate basketball player of the year honor, was awarded today in Fort Worth, Texas, on ESPN’s SportsCenter by Coach John Wooden’s grandson, Greg Wooden, on behalf of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, to Creighton University..." April 05

  • Doug McDermott Wins 2013-14 Oscar Robertson Trophy

    GoCreighton.com "The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has selected Creighton senior forward Doug McDermott as the winner of the 2013-14 Oscar Robertson Trophy, annually presented to the National Player of the Year. The announcement was made at a news conference today at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, site of..." April 04

  • Creighton’s Doug McDermott named USBWA Player of the Year

    College Basketball Talk "With more than 3,000 points and player of the year awards in two different conferences (Missouri Valley and Big East) during his career, Creighton’s Doug McDermott will go down as one of the all-time greats. As for this season the forward has managed to collect multiple national Player of the Year..." April 04

  • St. John’s running out of players as Chris Obekpa transfers

    New York Post "Thus far, St John’s regular season was a smashing success compared to its offseason. Following a disappointing one-and-done NIT appearance, the deep and talented roster has fractured. Chris Obekpa, the shot-blocking sophomore dynamo, has received his release to transfer, which is a major blow..." April 04

  • McDermott, Marshall honored by AP

    ESPN.com "Creighton's Doug McDermott and Wichita State's Gregg Marshall have been selected as The Associated Press' player and coach of the year, respectively. McDermott, who finished his career at Creighton as college basketball's fifth-leading scorer, was a near-unanimous selection as player of the..." April 03

  • Marquette commit Nick Noskowiak re-opens recruitment after hiring of Steve Wojciechowski

    Wisconsin State Journal "A phone conversation with new Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski only reaffirmed what Sun Prairie point guard Nick Noskowiak had heard about him. Noskowiak, who committed to Marquette last April, loves that Wojciechowski played the same position as him, and that he gives point guards more..." April 02

  • Marquette hires Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski as coach

    CBSSports.com "Duke associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski has reached an agreement in principle to become the next head coach at Marquette, a source told CBSSports.com on Tuesday. A formal announcement is expected soon. CBSSports.com previously reported that Wojciechowski interviewed with Marquette..." April 01

  • Creighton's Doug McDermott leads Wooden All-America Team

    CBSSports.com "Senior Doug McDermott is the headliners on the 10-member Wooden All-American Team announced Monday by The Los Angeles Athletic Club. The first team -- all finalists for the Wooden Award, presented by the LAAC to honor the college basketball player of the year -- features Creighton's McDermott,..." April 01

  • Duke associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski to interview for Marquette job

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Duke associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski will interview with Marquette, according to the Durham Herald Sun. He has been with Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski for 19 years, four as a decorated point guard and 15 as an assistant. Coach Wojo, as he is known, would be a good hire based on his..." April 01

  • Xavier's Semaj Christon departing for NBA draft

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Sophomore guard Semaj Christon is leaving Xavier to enter the NBA draft. Ten days after losing to NC State in an NCAA tournament First Round game in Dayton, the Musketeers' 6-foot-3 scoring leader confirmed plans to forego his last two years of eligibility in favor of a run at professional..." March 29

  • Xavier announces Richards will transfer

    Fox Sports Ohio "Freshman Kamall Richards will transfer from Xavier, the school announced Friday. Richards, a 6-6 forward from Brooklyn, played in seven games for the Musketeers this season before tearing the ACL in his left knee. Richards will have to sit out a year before he is eligible to play but he's going..." March 28

  • Johnson, Napier, Stauskas lead NABC All-America team

    CBSSports.com "The National Association of Basketball Coaches named its 2013-14 All-America teams Thursday, with a trio of players still alive in the NCAA Tournament named to the first team. Arizona's Nick Johnson, UConn's Shabazz Napier and Michigan's Nik Stauskas join Creighton's Doug McDermott and Duke's..." March 28

  • VCU's Smart not going to Marquette

    CBSSports.com "VCU's Shaka Smart will not, despite recent speculation to the contrary, be the next head coach at Marquette, a source told CBSSports.com on Thursday. Consequently, Marquette's search for Buzz Williams' replacement has now completely moved on to other targets. Among the possible candidates at..." March 28

  • St. John’s sophomore guard/forward Max Hooper to transfer

    College Basketball Talk "After playing one season at St. John’s after transferring in from Harvard, redshirt sophomore guard/forward Max Hooper is being allowed to explore possible transfer options. The program reported the news via its official Twitter account Wednesday evening. Hooper, whose perimeter shooting..." March 27

  • Xavier's Chris Mack emerges as legitimate target at Wake Forest

    CBSSports.com "Xavier coach Chris Mack has emerged as a legitimate candidate to replace Jeff Bzdelik at Wake Forest, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Monday. Mack has made four NCAA Tournaments in five seasons at Xavier, including two Sweet 16s. He was previously an assistant under Skip Prosser at Wake..." March 25

  • St. John's forward JaKarr Sampson to enter the NBA draft

    CBSSports.com "St. John's sophomore forward JaKarr Sampson intends to enter the NBA draft, the school announced on Monday evening. “It has been my lifelong dream to play in the NBA, and I am excited and ready to begin that journey. I am grateful to my teammates and coaches at St. John's. I would like to thank..." March 24

  • Nova didn't save best for last

    Philly.com "Standing in a hallway outside a morose Villanova locker room well past midnight Saturday, coach Jay Wright referenced the two most important stretches of the game that ended his team's season. First, there was the 11 1/2-minute span when Villanova failed to make a field goal, despite a pair of..." March 24

  • Time for Marquette to take a big shot with coaching search

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Marquette isn't going to hire a provost or an athletics director until it hires a president. But it must hire a basketball coach before it hires the other three because recruiting won't wait. Priorities aside, the pecking order seems about right. The men's basketball coach typically has..." March 24

  • Baylor blows out Creighton 85-55, advances to Sweet 16

    Dallas Morning News "The Baylor Bears completed their transformation from all-but-done to Anaheim-bound on Sunday in an 85-55 victory in which they crushed No. 3 seed Creighton from the tip. The Bears, on the NCAA Tournament bubble not long ago, advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third time in five seasons. No. 2..." March 24

  • UConn Tops Villanova, 77-65

    Hartford Courant "Throughout the season, the Huskies have shown mental toughness. At times, they've shown physical toughness. But it's March now and the UConn men's basketball team is showing the most important kind of mettle — tournament toughness. The Huskies, after a staggering start, dominated Villanova —..." March 23

  • Cohen decommits from Marquette after Buzz Williams' departure

    Fox Sports Wisconsin "The first domino of Buzz Williams' departure to Virginia Tech fell Saturday night for Marquette, as four-star 2014 commit Sandy Cohen tweeted he's been released from his letter of intent and free to sign with any other school. Cohen, who committed to Marquette in July, signed with the Golden..." March 23

  • UNC survives Cotton, Providence 79-77 to advance in NCAA tournament

    Charlotte Observer "North Carolina survived a game for the ages from Providence guard Bryce Cotton, and when the Tar Heels needed it most they made shots from the free throw line in the final seconds of a 79-77 victory on Friday night in the NCAA tournament. UNC has been one of the worst free throw shooting teams..." March 22

  • Creighton Advances with 76-66 Win over Louisiana-Lafayette

    GoCreighton.com "Doug McDermott scored in bunches and Ethan Wragge delivered the critical 3-pointers. Together they kept Creighton marching on, right back where they'd promised they'd be. McDermott scored 30 points and Wragge made three huge momentum-changing shots in the second half, sending No. 3 seed..." March 21

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  • 'Nova starts slowly, pulls past Wis-Milwaukee in second half for 73-53 win

    Philly.com "Villa came out for its first game in the 2014 NCAA tournament with the type of ragged offense that promised to make its contest against 15th-seeded Wisconsin-Milwaukee a far more dramatic event that the Wildcats would like. But the No. 2 seed Wildcats showed a better shooting eye Thursday night..." March 21

  • Defending Creighton's Doug McDermott will be tough for UL-Lafayette

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "University of Louisiana-Lafayette coach Bob Marlin was in on the ground floor of Creighton sharpshooter Doug McDermott. In November of 2010, Marlin took his Ragin' Cajuns on the road to Creighton to face the Bluejays and McDermott, then just a freshman with no name recognition in his only his..." March 20

  • Creighton Earns No. 3 Seed in 2014 NCAA Tournament

    GoCreighton.com "The Creighton Men's Basketball team earned a No. 3 seed, as an at-large team, in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, facing Louisiana in the Second Round on Friday, March 21 in San Antonio, Texas. The Bluejays are making their 19th appearance in the NCAA Tournament (overall record of 11-19), including..." March 20

  • Villanova's Bell not worried about shooting slump

    Philly.com "JAMES BELL, Villanova's only 4-year senior, is the place where it all starts. On a team that gets leadership from many sources, he is the unquestioned man. But scoring has never defined him. He won't allow it. Neither will the rest of the Wildcats. The last six games, as he approached his..." March 19

  • Sex assault allegation shadows PC on trip to NCAA tournament

    Providence Journal "The Providence Friars’ first journey to the NCAA Tournament in 10 years began Wednesday morning with a major distraction as they climbed aboard their charter flight to San Antonio. The Friars will play Friday against the North Carolina Tar Heels at 7:20 p.m. But as they prepare, they must deal..." March 19

  • Harvard’s Tommy Amaker is BC’s leading candidate

    Boston Globe "Tommy Amaker appears to be at the top of a very short list of candidates to replace Steve Donahue as BC basketball coach. Some others: A look at him and some others who could be on BC’s list: Tommy Amaker, Harvard - Would bring an ACC pedigree. He played for and coached alongside Hall of..." March 19

  • Providence Police Investigating Players for Sexual Assault

    The Wall Street Journal "Police in Providence, R.I., are investigating a claim by a student at Providence College who alleges she was sexually assaulted in November by two members of the school's men's basketball team. Major David Lapatin of the Providence Police confirmed Tuesday that the alleged victim made the..." March 19

  • N.C. State 74, Xavier 59

    ProSportsDaily "T.J. Warren overcame early foul trouble and scored 16 of his 25 points after the break while becoming the school's all-time single-season scoring leader as the Wolfpack downed the Musketeers in the first round of the NCAA tournament in Dayton, Ohio. Ralston Turner added 17 points for North..." March 19

  • Georgetown 77, West Virginia 65

    ProSportsDaily "D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored 23 of his season-high 32 points in the second half as the host Hoyas downed their former Big East rival in the first round of the NIT. Smith-Rivera shot 7-for-10 from the field after halftime following a 2-for-7 start, sparking Georgetown (18-14) on a pair of big..." March 19

  • Robert Morris 89, St. John's 78

    ProSportsDaily "Karvel Anderson scored a career-high 38 points, including a school-record nine 3-pointers, as the visiting Colonials upset the Red Storm in the first round of the NIT. Lucky Jones added 25 points, nine rebounds and five assists for Robert Morris (22-13), which matched a program record with 16..." March 19

  • NC State handles Xavier, could be trendy upset pick over Saint Louis

    CBSSports.com "Mark Gottfried's North Carolina State team was the last at-large squad in the 2014 NCAA Tournament field. We know this because the NCAA releases its 1-68 official seed list, and the last at-large name identified is the Wolfpack. But barely getting in the field doesn't matter -- once it's..." March 19

  • XU needs to 'rely on identity' to survive NC State

    Cincinnati Enquirer "The Welcome Wagon arrived early for Xavier's men's basketball team. As the 12th-seeded Musketeers participated in their open practice at UD Arena Monday night, a trio of red-clad Flyers fans hunkered down for some pre-NCAA tournament needling of their program's archrival. But Xavier's..." March 18

  • Providence 65, Creighton 58

    ProSportsDaily "Bryce Cotton scored 23 points and LaDontae Henton came up big down the stretch as the Friars upset the Bluejays at New York City's Madison Square Garden to win their first Big East tournament title in 20 years. Providence, an original member of the Big East, had only made the tournament..." March 16

  • BIG EAST CHAMPIONS! Providence wins title over Creighton, 65-58

    Providence Journal "Forget the bubble talk. The Providence College Friars will dance into their first NCAA Tournament in a decade this week as the newly crowned Big East champions. The Friars (23-11) won their second title, and first since 1994, Saturday under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden, outlasting..." March 16

  • Creighton 86, Xavier 78

    ProSportsDaily "Doug McDermott continued to light up the scoreboard, scoring 32 points as the Bluejays advanced to the title game in their first Big East tournament in New York. The nation's leading scorer delivered another strong performance for Creighton (26-6) after scoring a career-high 45 points against..." March 15

  • Providence 80, Seton Hall 74

    ProSportsDaily "LaDontae Henton scored a season-high 26 points to go with 14 rebounds as the Friars topped the Pirates in the semifinals of the Big East tournament in New York. The fourth-seeded Friars (22-11) likely punched their NCAA tournament ticket with the victory and will face second-seeded Creighton in..." March 15

  • Xavier 68, Marquette 65

    ProSportsDaily "Justin Martin posted 19 points and Semaj Christon contributed 18 as the Musketeers advanced to the semifinals of the Big East tournament in New York. Third-seeded Xavier (21-11) advances to play second-seeded Creighton in Friday's nightcap. Christon added five assists and Isaiah Philmore..." March 14

  • Creighton 84, DePaul 62

    ProSportsDaily "Doug McDermott scored 27 of his 35 points during a record-setting first half as the Bluejays rolled over the Blue Demons in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament in New York City. McDermott nearly outscored DePaul in the first half, shooting 10-of-14 - including 7-of-9 from 3-point range..." March 14

  • Providence 79, St. John's 74

    ProSportsDaily "Josh Fortune scored a career-high 24 points as the Friars improved their at-large resume by holding off the Red Storm in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament in New York. LaDontae Henton collected 16 points and 11 rebounds for No. 4 seed Providence (21-11), which will face No. 8 seed..." March 14

  • Seton Hall 64, Villanova 63

    ProSportsDaily "Sterling Gibbs buried a step-back jumper at the buzzer as the Pirates stunned the top-seeded Wildcats in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament in New York. Gibbs got the ball at the top of the key following a timeout and made one move before stepping back and earning the final two of his..." March 14

  • Seton Hall's upset of No. 3 Villanova fueled by play of Gene Teague down low

    Newark Star-Ledger "The first thing Eugene Teague did when he walked off the floor, was grab a bottle of Gatorade. Seton Hall’s senior big man pounded two bottles of the drink before he even left the locker room to walk to the interview room. Opened one, downed it in about three gulps and then reached for another..." March 14

  • Marquette's one shot for NCAA Tournament berth: Big East title

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Some of the names and faces have changed for everyone at the Big East tournament. No more Syracuse and Jim Boeheim. No more Connecticut and Jim Calhoun. No more Louisville and Rick Pitino. Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati are also among those who no longer darken the Madison Square..." March 13

  • Johnnies enter Big East tourney out to improve bubble status

    New York Post "Look, they could have made this a lot easier on themselves, OK? St. John’s has proven through most of the second half of this season that it could well be sitting on the breathe-easy side of the NCAA Tournament bubble, that it is certainly good enough to play with most of the 68 teams who will..." March 13

  • Teams are different, but Big East passion remains

    New York Post "It’s called the “Fu Effect,” named for the impact Seton Hall senior forward Fuquan Edwin can have on a game. It could be bouncing around during pregame warm-ups to get himself and his teammates amped. Or it could be something like he did Wednesday night against Butler in the first round of the Big..." March 13

  • St. John’s knows loss to Providence ends its dream

    New York Post "St. John’s faces a must-win game Thursday afternoon at the Garden, a game it likely has to win to reach the NCAA Tournament. But the Red Storm have been playing these games for six weeks since the end of January, when they began the Big East season 0-5. “That’s our advantage,” sophomore forward..." March 13

  • DePaul 60, Georgetown 56

    ProSportsDaily "Forrest Robinson made four 3-pointers en route to 14 points as the Blue Demons defeated the Hoyas in the opening round of the Big East tournament. DePaul (12-20) had not defeated Georgetown (17-14) in any of the last 14 meetings between the schools and entered this matchup having lost 12 of its..." March 13

  • Seton Hall 51, Butler 50

    ProSportsDaily "Gene Teague led the way with 14 points and 11 rebounds as the Pirates squeaked past the Bulldogs in the opening round of the Big East tournament in New York. Seton Hall (16-16) won despite shooting 39.6 percent from the field and 5-of-20 from 3-point range. The eighth-seeded Pirates, who..." March 13

  • DePaul surprises Georgetown 60-56 at Big East tournament

    Chicago Sun-Times "In his first Big East tournament game, Billy Garrett Jr. showed off the poise and playmaking that made him the conference’s rookie of the year. The freshman point guard scored 17 points, including the clinching free throws, and DePaul surprised Georgetown 60-56 on Wednesday night for only its..." March 13

  • Basketball Writers Association names 13/14 All-Americans

    USBWA.com "The 2013-14 USBWA Men's All-America Team features seven seniors, including forward Doug McDermott of Creighton, who becomes just the 19th player in the 58-year history of the team to earn three-time USBWA All-America honors. Based on regular-season performance, the entire USBWA membership of..." March 12

  • Georgetown has high hopes for Big East tournament: ‘We’re going to New York to win’

    Washington Post "Since the beginning of last month, when the Georgetown men’s basketball team began to dig itself out of a five-game losing streak, Hoyas Coach John Thompson III has spoken repeatedly about his team’s scant margin for error in order to secure an NCAA tournament berth. Winning, he said, was the only..." March 12

  • Is Doug McDermott worth $12.2M to Creighton?

    USA Today ""A handoff, Gibbs, a give-back, a look for Artino, they look for McDermott. He's outside the arc. McDermott gets a screen. For three! Goes in! Yessir!" The voice of John Bishop, Creighton's play-by-play man, rang over the radio broadcast. There was brief silence. In the background, the public..." March 12

  • DePaul standing by Oliver Purnell — for now

    Chicago Sun-Times "The contract DePaul gave basketball coach Oliver Purnell in 2010 is binding the school to him for now, despite three 20-loss seasons, but that may change if the program continues to fail. Athletics director Jean Lenti Ponsetto said the contract, worth approximately $15 million over seven years,..." March 11

  • Sporting News Names Creighton's McDermott National Player of the Year

    GoCreighton.com "Creighton forward Doug McDermott has been named the National Player of the Year by Sporting News, the publication announced on Tuesday. McDermott is the first player to win the award while playing for a BIG EAST school since St. John's forward Walter Berry in 1985-86. McDermott leads the nation..." March 11

  • St. John’s coach: Early loss wouldn’t kill our tourney dreams

    New York Post "Steve Lavin doesn’t subscribe to the notion Thursday’s Big East quarterfinal against fifth-seeded Providence is an NCAA Tournament elimination game. While Lavin said the contest between bubble teams is “a significant game for a number of reasons,” the St. John’s coach also said there are a lot..." March 11

  • Xavier's Matt Stainbrook ruled out vs. Marquette

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Xavier's men's basketball team will start the Big East Tournament without junior center Matt Stainbrook. Coach Chris Mack said Stainbrook has done "a great job with his rehab" since straining the MCL in his left knee against Seton Hall last week, but he'll be unavailable for Thursday's 9:30..." March 11

  • Brad Stevens on Butler: 'They can win any game'

    Indianapolis Star "It's still a business trip, he cautions. There is still a game to play against a very good team. But returning to Indiana will also be special for Brad Stevens. It will always be home. Stevens was back in the Hoosier state Tuesday, prepping his Celtics for 7 p.m. date with the Eastern..." March 11

  • McDermott quiets doubters, earns All-Big East honors

    Omaha World-Herald "One of the questions entering the college basketball season was whether Creighton’s Doug McDermott could have the same degree of success in the bigger, stronger and faster world of the Big East as he did in the Missouri Valley. McDermott’s unanimous selection to the All-Big East first team..." March 10

  • Creighton 88, Providence 73

    ProSportsDaily "Doug McDermott set career highs with 45 points on 17-of-25 shooting, moving past the 3,000-point mark as the host Bluejays took down the Friars. Austin Chatman added 11 points and seven rebounds for the Bluejays (24-6, 14-4 Big East), who finished the regular season with wins in nine of their..." March 09

  • Butler 71, Seton Hall 54

    ProSportsDaily "Kellen Dunham made all seven of his 3-pointers en route to 29 points as the host Bulldogs coasted to a win in the regular-season finale for both teams. Khyle Marshall and Elijah Brown scored 10 points apiece for Butler (14-16, 4-14 Big East), which secured the No. 9 seed in the upcoming Big..." March 09

  • Villanova 77, Georgetown 59

    ProSportsDaily "Darrun Hilliard led the way with 19 points as the host Wildcats cruised in the regular-season finale for both Big East teams. JayVaughn Pinkston chipped in 13 points and a team-high seven rebounds for Villanova (28-3, 16-2), which won for the 12th time in 13 games, including Thursday's win over..." March 09

  • St. John's 91, Marquette 90

    ProSportsDaily "Freshman Rysheed Jordan made the second of two free throws to snap a tie with 19.5 seconds left in the second overtime as the visiting Red Storm held on to edge the Golden Eagles. Jordan, JaKarr Sampson and D’Angelo Harrison each recorded 20 points as St. John’s (20-11, 10-8 Big East) survived..." March 09

  • Seton Hall won't be dancing, but Fuquan Edwin's story will move you

    Fox Sports "The car idles near the main liquor store in Fuquan Edwin's old neighborhood, and the 22-year-old senior at Seton Hall University steps out from the passenger side and into the cold. Edwin is just now wrapping up his final months at college. His university is only a dozen miles down the Garden..." March 08

  • Despite dismal season, Oliver Purnell will return to DePaul

    Chicago Tribune "You could understand why the fans at Allstate Arena felt the need to let out some boos. That's boos. Not booze. In a battle of the Big East's bottom two teams, Butler eviscerated DePaul 79-46, looking like a title contender while the Blue Demons seemed like they just wanted to go home. With the..." March 08

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