The 2019-2020 season of college basketball is just a few months away. Schedules have been released, rosters are almost finalized and fall is upon us. There truly isn’t a better time of the year. Now, I introduce to you my rankings for the upcoming season in the Big East conference. These rankings include lists for many different categories. Without further ado, here we go.
It’s Dec. 19, and conference play is just 10 days away. We’ve learned a lot so far from the non-conference portion of the schedule, with plenty more to learn in the coming weeks. However, I have some questions and comments about what I’ve seen so far from the Big East.
Seton Hall’s “core four” departed at the end of this past season. With Desi Rodriquez, Angel Delgado, Khadeen Carrington and Ish Sanogo graduating, Pirates fans were looking for answers as to who would be the future of Seton Hall basketball.
The Seton Hall Pirates had its ups and downs, from beating Louisville, to losing to rival Rutgers. You never knew exactly what you were going to get. But one thing that was consistently relevant in every Pirates game was passion, spearheaded by our four seniors who gave it all for the Pirates.
Thursday nights session of the Big East Tournament quarterfinal round featured two marquee matchups in front of a sold out Madison Square Garden . The first matchup was between Villanova and Marquette, a game in which the Wildcats dominated the Golden Eagles. The second matchup was between Seton Hall and Butler, a game that came down to the wire as Butler held off Seton Hall.
We are hours away from the Big East Tournament kicking off at Madison Square Garden in the heart of New York City. For those of you that haven’t been paying attention, the Big East teams have been beating the life out of each other over the last month, and now it all comes down to a four-day tournament to see if anyone can steal the title or a bid to the Big Dance.
This has been a big week for Big East Basketball Breakdown, and I want to share the good news. Our site continues to further it’s coverage, and will provide even better access during the Big East Tournament.
Breaking down Seton Hall’s match-up with Marquette, as the 21-12 Pirates (10-8) take on the 19-13 Golden Eagles (10-8).
Here is the latest breakdown of today’s big mach-up.
Jelly, a name now almost as synonymous with basketball as it is with peanut butter, has taken the world by storm. A viral basketball movement that was started by Minnesota PG Isaiah Washington, starting the move because he was too short to dunk, consists of laying the ball in to the basket in a dramatic fashion. With each athlete having his own special twist on the “Jelly”, Seton Hall Freshman PG Jordan “Jelly” Walker was one of the other founders of the “Jelly”.