The Big East — a proud league built on basketball moments like the 1985 Wildcats stunning conference rival Georgetown in the national championship game — will soon become extinct, even if the name lives on in some unrecognizable form.
The Wildcats blew open a close one at halftime Sunday to beat Delaware 75-65. It was Villanova’s 11th straight win over the Blue Hens.
CBS Sports’ Garry Parrish reports that “seven non-FBS football playing members of the Big East will break away from the conference.”
Temple looks to bounce back from their first loss of the season, Wednesday night vs. Towson.
Achraf Yacoubou had 13 points to lead Villanova to a 68-55 victory over Pennsylvania in a foul-plagued contest Saturday night.
It’s Big 5 action on Wednesday night at the Pavilion as 4-3 Villanova hosts 5-0 Temple.
The Louisville Cardinals will be the seventh Big East school to leave for the ACC in the past decade.
AP reports that ECU and Tulane will join Big East in 2014.
After back surgery, Ryan Arcidiacono is ready to lead Villanova basketball as a freshman.
The Temple Owls in the midst of an early season extended break in the schedule after a 2-0 start.
Villanova freshman Ryan Arcidiacono scored 20 of his game-high 25 points in the first half to lead the Wildcats to an 80-68 victory over Marshall on Sunday.
Jay Wright and Villanova look to rebounds from a 19 loss season.
Ray Graham rushed for two touchdowns and caught another as Pittsburgh rolled over Temple 47-17 on Saturday.
Temple and Rutgers are both undefeated in the Big East, Temple at 2-0 and 19th-ranked Rutgers at 3-0.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Notre Dame is leaving the Big East for the Atlantic Coast Conference in all sports but football. The ACC said Wednesday the school will play five football games annually against […]