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With Belmont as the 1 seed in the Ohio Valley, the Belmont Bruin gets the picture nod today.
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Marquette's Todd Mayo forces overtime with this shot at the buzzer over St. John's Orlando Sanchez at the the end second half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Milwaukee.
GAME NOTES: Headed into the regular-season finale, the Marquette Golden Eagles will look to try and halt a two-game skid as they host the St. John's Red Storm in a Big East Conference clash at the Harris Bradley Center.
It occurs to me that following Marquette's loss to Providence on Tuesday night, we need to be giving particular attention to the status of all of the #1 seeds in the conference tournaments that will likely only earn one bid to the NCAA tournament.
As we've discussed before, it's important for both of Marquette's lacrosse teams to show signs of improvement this season, even if it doesn't translate into wins.
He was looking to get over the sting of the double-overtime loss this week to Providence, a defeat that didn't help the Golden Eagles' shaky chances of extending its run of eight straight NCAA tournaments.
The reconstituted Big East is going to take some getting used to for those of us who are attempting to discuss all of the team sports in the conference.
Derrick Wilson's foul didn't cost Marquette this game. Neither did Todd Mayo's two fouls against three point shooters.
Many Nets' fans have been calling for the Nets to look to the D-League for some talent as they have one more roster spot to fill.
Maurice Watson assists on 48% of Boston University's buckets, giving him the 2nd best assist rate in the country.
FGCU coach Joe Dooley called timeout and repeatedly clapped his hands at his guys with one of those hard claps that looks like it leaves bruises on the palms the next day.
Marquette senior Davante Gardner grabbed a rebound and heaved it up into the hoop just a split-second after the buzzer sounded.