Tag Archives: ESPN

What are Big East TV Rights worth?

With TV rights values exploding, what might a conference like the Big East be worth?

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The college basketball fan’s guide to cord cutting

You don’t have cable but still want to watch some college basketball? Here’s what you will pay.

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Pundit predictions for Marquette 2018-’19

Unlike last season, where Marquette was a bit of an afterthought in most outlets, the returning duo of Howard and Hauser, combined with a general exodus of Big East talent, have put Marquette back in the center of conversations. 

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Greska: Deconstructing the Ellenson narrative

I’m the kind of guy that will cry foul when national media isn’t paying attention to a certain story that merits it, and then pick it apart when it does, even if it’s a positive story. I did it with Reid Forgrave and his long look at Davante Gardner. I did it with Dan Hanner […]

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Does it matter if the Big East is a major conference?

ESPN writer John Gasaway wrote a very insightful piece yesterday using numbers to detail why the Big East still constituted a “major” conference. (The piece is paywalled, so if you don’t have Insider, try this.)  If you reached this post, you are probably a Marquette fan, or at least a fan of another Big East program, so […]

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Power Rankings: Marquette Sports Journalists

While stuck on a train in some severe weather last week, I saw that Jen Lada, a Marquette alum, was moving from CSN Chicago to ESPN. Not Marquette basketball news, per se, but interesting nonetheless. That got me thinking, though, at just what a powerhouse Marquette was in the sports journalism field, relative to its […]

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