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    2012 SEC / Big East Challenge

    Thursday, November 29
    7:00 p.m. ET: Notre Dame vs. No. 8 Kentucky, ESPN2
    7:30 p.m. ET: St. John's vs. South Carolina, ESPNU
    9:00 p.m. ET: Marquette vs. No. 7 Florida, ESPN2
    9:30 p.m. ET: Seton Hall vs. LSU, ESPNU

    Friday, November 30
    6:30 p.m. ET: Georgetown vs. Tennessee, ESPN
    7:00 p.m. ET: South Florida vs. Georgia, ESPN
    8:30 p.m. ET: Arkansas vs. No. 6 Syracuse, ESPN
    9:00 p.m. ET: Auburn vs. DePaul, ESPNU

    Saturday, December 1
    3:00 p.m. ET: Cincinnati vs. Alabama, ESPN2
    5:00 p.m. ET: Vanderbilt vs. Villanova, ESPN2
    Providence vs. Mississippi State, ESPNU (Time TBD)
    Mississippi vs. Rutgers, ESPNU (Time TBD)

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    Does any of these games interest you guys? I am watching the Kentucky/Notre Dame game, of course. I'm not too happy about UK's first half play thus far.

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    Big East 1 SEC 0

    #8 Kentucky falls to Notre Dame 64-50. St Johns looks to make it 2-0 Big East as their well ahead of South Carolina. #7 Florida vs Marquette on ESPN2 right now..

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    Mizzou and Texas A&M not in it? Just because they are new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metsfaninSTL View Post
    Mizzou and Texas A&M not in it? Just because they are new?
    I believe you are correct. Since they are new they have to sit out this year. I'm surprised to see Louisville, Connecticut and Pittsburgh not in it from the Big East. I would've loved a match-up between Louisville/Florida.

    St Johns makes it Big East 2 SEC 0. Florida is well ahead at the half hopefully to give the SEC their first win of the challenge.

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    Big East 2 SEC 2 so far.

    Tonight I got

    Syracuse @ Arkansas
    Tennessee @ Georgetown
    Georgia @ USF
    Auburn @ Depaul

    Sweep tonight for the dying Big East.

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    Georgetown wins 37-36.

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    Florida looks really good early but we haven't played a road game yet. I can't wait to see @ Arizona in a couple of weeks.

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    This Syracuse-Arkansas game is fun to watch. Incredibly fast, and already 4-5 athletic transition dunks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Norwegian View Post
    Big East 2 SEC 2 so far.

    Tonight I got

    Syracuse @ Arkansas
    Tennessee @ Georgetown
    Georgia @ USF
    Auburn @ Depaul

    Sweep tonight for the dying Big East.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RA99Wduksu4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Norwegian View Post
    Big East 2 SEC 2 so far.

    Tonight I got

    Syracuse @ Arkansas
    Tennessee @ Georgetown
    Georgia @ USF
    Auburn @ Depaul

    Sweep tonight for the dying Big East.
    Big East 6 SEC 2

    I see another sweep today by the Big East. If the SEC gets lucky and wins one game today, it probably will be Vandy.

    Games for today 12/1
    3:00 p.m. ET: Cincinnati vs. Alabama, ESPN2
    5:00 p.m. ET: Vanderbilt vs. Villanova, ESPN2
    Providence vs. Mississippi State, ESPNU (Time TBD)
    Mississippi vs. Rutgers, ESPNU (Time TBD)

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    Tonight:

    Mississippi State @ Providence
    Rutgers @ Ole Miss
    Alabama @ Cincinatti
    Villanova @ Vanderbilt

    2-2 tonight, ends up 8-4 Big East.

    Only pick I'm not confident in is the Cincinatti pick. They can lose any night if they don't hit shots. Overload of guards on that team.

    Rutgers is awful, Villanova is underachieving pathetically. Providence is a decent team, and Ed Cooley is a good coach. Home cooking gets it done for them.

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    Alabama has a solid team this year. I give them a chance to beat Cincinnati. Vandy and MSU are way down so unless Villanova and Providence feel like embarrassing themselves, the Big East should definitely take those two.

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    Villanova has proven that they have no issue whatsoever with embarassing themselves. Got blown out by Colombia on their home court.
    Last edited by Angry Norwegian; 12-01-2012 at 05:31 PM.

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    Cincinatti wins by 2. About what I expected.

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