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Bryce Cotton is not only trying to get Providence back to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2004, the senior guard is enhancing his player of the year credentials with each game.
Big East co-leader Creighton knows Xavier is lying in wait and Georgetown will be, too.
If the new Big East hasn't exactly caught college basketball by storm, Georgetown can be blamed for a failure to supply at least part of the thunder and lightning. Picked to finish second in the preseason coaches' poll, the Hoyas have been so inconsistent that, if the regular season ended today, they would be one of the four bottom-rung teams forced to play an extra game in the conference tournament.
In dropping 10 straight games and 18 overall, DePaul feels as if it has had more than its share of bad luck.
It seemed appropriate that John Thompson III was fiddling with a stopwatch as he stood in the lobby of Georgetown's on-campus gym, speaking about a Hoyas team that has ventured far off-script. Time is running out in a season in which "start," ''stop" and "reset" became more than just buttons to press during a practice drill.
Tabatha Richardson-Smith of Seton Hall has been named the Big East Conference's women's basketball player of the week for the second time this season.
Even without suspended point guard Sterling Gibbs, struggling Seton Hall went into its final possession against 11th-ranked Creighton with a chance to win.
Creighton coach Greg McDermott believes victories like the one his 11th-ranked Bluejays earned against Seton Hall can be the difference between a good season and a great one.
Georgetown (16-11, 7-8 Big East) snapped a two-game losing streak as Markel Starks had 22 points and four assists, guiding an efficient offense. The Hoyas shot 52 percent from the floor, had 14 assists and committed just three turnovers.