We're back. One last time, for two more games, both of which have serious postseason implications.
It's been a whirlwind year for the Big East, something many can attest to during these last couple of weeks, and today the regular season comes to an end.
Cincinnati looks to join Louisville, Rutgers and Syracuse for a share of the conference crown today. The UConn team standing in its way is looking to extend its season to bowl play for the first time in two years under Paul Pasqualoni. Pitt will try to do to the same in Tampa, Fla., while USF plays for pride in a season that was derailed early on by upsets and injuries.
You can follow along for game updates on Twitter throughout the day. Breaking news and injury updates will be right here in the blog, along with postgame recaps.
Here's one last look at today's lineup, with material from this week to get you all caught up:
Cincinnati at Connecticut, 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC: The Bearcats are going for a share of their fourth conference title in the last five years. Both Cincinnati's and UConn's ACC pushes came up short this week.
Pittsburgh at South Florida, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN: Andrea expects Ray Graham to produce big against USF. She notes Tino Sunseri's improvement, too. For the Bulls, it's an unconventional senior day, though Sam Barrington says there is still plenty left to play for.