March 16, 2014


It’s been a strange first season of the new Big East Conference. The league spent most of the year with two dominant teams — Villanova and Creighton — and five middling teams that were on and off the bubble at various times. The two dominant teams are locks, and Providence is in after its surprising win over Creighton in the conference championship game Saturday night. The Big East could get one more bid with Xavier. So what does the outlook look like for those headed to the tournament? Here’s our breakdown:


Predicted seed: No. 3

Strength: 3-point shooting

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