Georgetown Leaves Big East Conference
Former WNBA president tabbed as the new Commissioner of the Big East.
Big East Ready To Announce Deal with FOX Sports and Madison Square Garden
Fox Sports strategy for pursuing basketball content in football-driven world revealed.
Report: Catholic 7 To Keep Big East Name and Madison Square Garden
New League reportedly to commence play in 2013-'14 and retain Big East name.
Which schools are being considered for the new Conference of God
Catholic 7 "Close, Very Close" To Announcement On Future
Catholic 7 Eye Big East Departure In Time For 2014-15 Hoops Season
Per this ESPN story, the "Catholic 7" are in negotiations to begin play in 2014 instead of 2015 as had been previously reported.
Big East Commissioner Mike Aresco is close to inking a new TV deal for the Big East with ESPN and CBS
According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, the "Catholic 7" schools are working on a new TV deal that could pay each member school DOUBLE of the amount that the current deal with the Big East does.
Catholic 7 reportedly in discussions with Fox for media rights to new league.
NYHoya takes a look at the potential names for Georgetown's new conference.
Today, a group of leaders finally had the gall to say that the pursuit of short-term money is not a long-term strategy. Today, I am relieved, and dare I say, hopeful.
Georgetown And The Chosen Ones make split from Big East official.
Georgetown and The Big East: A Musical History Set To The Tune of Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start The Fire"
Georgetown And The Chosen Ones to leave Big East today?
Catholic 7 to announce departure from the Big East Conference
This won't end well.
Conference realignment rumors are flowing fast. Catch up with the latest and greatest.
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.@MettaWorldPeace says he was offered $35,000 to fix games in college and because of that he’s not a fan of the new ruling to make sports betting legal. pic.twitter.com/G6FkMZg9fT