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Big East Tournament: Session 8
Championship Game
Syracuse Orange vs. Louisville Cardinals

Posted on 16. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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The magic ended for the Orange on Saturday night as the Syracuse Marathon Men lost in the Big East Championship game to Louisville. In what seemed like 40 minutes of hell, the Cardinals ran a full court press for the entire 40 minutes. Throughout the first half, Syracuse seemed to have no problem [...]

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Big East Tournament: Session 7
Another Night, Another OT Thriller

Posted on 14. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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The buzz was still in the air from the 6OT epic between Cuse and Uconn. Everyone in the building was talking about what time they got home, where they partied, and reliving the memories of an unforgettable night.
Eventually Louisvile and Villanova took center stage in a game that didn’t disappoint. Villanova [...]

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Big East Tournament: Session 6
Greatest Game in Big East History

Posted on 13. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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I refuse to even mention the Pitt-West Virginia game in this entry as I just witnessed the greatest game in the history of the Big East Conference.
Thank god this is a written entry because I’ve got no voice left after perhaps the most emotional night of 2009. When the game ended and people [...]

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Big East tournament: Session 5

Posted on 13. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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It was a dynamite double header at the gardens today, as Louisville started the party by showing everyone how, and why they were the regular season Big East Champs. Freshman sensation Samardo Samuels really put on an impressive display of talent and toughness. He had a monster stat line with 22 points, 7 [...]

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Big East Tournament: Session 4

Posted on 12. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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Notre Dame finished one of it’s most disappointing seasons in recent memory, getting manhandled by West Virginia. The Irish looked completely disinterested for the first 34 minutes, than came on at the end. But by the time Gody and the Irish decided it was time to make one final push, it was too [...]

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