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4-1, 3rd in Big East
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389dMichelle Smith

DePaul will dominate Big East again

Yes, the traditional Big East powers have moved on. But DePaul's ascension in the conference is hardly be default.

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981dMichelle Smith

Smith: Disaster averted for top-seeded Stanford

The first half against Tulsa ended in a 24-24 tie and brought back memories of 1998, when 16th-seeded Harvard stunned No. 1 Stanford on its home court. But the Cardinal went on a 23-7 run and shot 65.5 percent in the second half to end Tulsa's hopes.


Michigan shakes slow start to take out Villanova

Kate Thompson hit a key 3-pointer down the stretch and another late jumper to finish with 17 points, and the eighth-seeded Wolverines overcame a cold-shooting first half to beat ninth-seeded Villanova 60-52 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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982dMichelle Smith

Smith: Kim Barnes Arico gets Michigan to believe

It's hard to argue with results. Placing trust in first-year coach Kim Barnes Arico, Michigan adjusted to a new system and landed a spot in the NCAA field.

1024dBrett McMurphy and Andy Katz

Sources: Big East, Catholic 7 close to TV deals

NBC Sports Network verbally offered the Big East between $20 million to $23 million a year for six years to acquire the league's media rights, sources told ESPN.

1025dAndy Katz

Source: Big East, Catholic 7 hope for 2014 split

The Big East is hoping to resolve its divorce with the seven departing Catholic-based basketball schools within the next few weeks in time for a summer 2014 departure, according to a source.


Auriemma: 'Catholic 7' made their money, ran

Geno Auriemma isn't broken up about the breakup of the Big East. In fact, he said Tuesday he wished the seven Catholic schools that decided to leave could exit the conference immediately and blamed the conference's flux on their past voting decisions.