The ACC/Big Ten Challenge is loaded. But what games are the most interesting? Which ones matter the most?
With the conference season set to get under way, Dana O'Neil takes a look at what's in store for the Big East.
How will this edition of the Big East tournament shake out? Here are some things to look for at MSG.
As the Big East meets at Madison Square Garden for the 30th year, a feeling of change and uncertainty is in the air.
Models of consistency for the past decade, Pittsburgh and Villanova -- two programs that faced off in the 2009 Elite Eight -- are in a stunning free fall this season. What in the world happened?
In the second installment of Dana O'Neil's "In the Know" column, she buys in to Baylor and sings the praises of Creighton's Doug McDermott.
On the same weekend its founder passed away, the Big East as we know it forever changed with the sudden defections of Syracuse and Pitt -- with more likely to come. Dave Gavitt would've been embarrassed by the hypocrisy and greed of it all.
With 11 teams likely to dance, the Big East tournament looks like a mini-version of the NCAA tournament. We break down each team's chances of starring on Broadway.
It's time to hand out report cards for ESPN.com's preseason top 25.
Pittsburgh, the self-proclaimed team of no stars, put on a typical Pittsburgh performance in its Coaches vs. Cancer title-game victory over Texas.
The semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic include three ranked teams and plenty of storylines and intrigues. Dana O'Neil digs in.
Tom Herrion, the former Pitt assistant hit in the head by a coin at West Virginia, has crossed state lines to help revive Marshall's program.
The Big East tournament has arrived. Here's what you need to know about the teams that will be on the court at Madison Square Garden.
The things Pitt's Jermaine Dixon has -- not the things he has lost -- have made him into the man he is today.
Pitt's victory over Villanova doesn't erase last season's Elite Eight loss, but it does help the Panthers this season.