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Marquette, six others vote to unanimously to leave Big East

Marquette, along with Georgetown, Seton Hall, St. John’s, Villanova, DePaul and Providence announced today it would be leaving the Big East to join a Catholic-based league at an undetermined date. The earliest the league could begin without paying an exit fee to the Big East would be June 1, 2015, according to sources. However, there […]

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2013 recruits respond to Marquette movement

Lost in the madness that is conference realignment — complete with millions of dollars at stake, late-night meetings in New York City with athletic directors and rumors floating around the clock — are the players themselves. Two members of Marquette’s 2013 recruiting class, point guard Duane Wilson and power forward Jameel McKay, spoke with Paint […]

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Source: Larry Williams active in leading Big East split talks

The day has come. After 15 months of limbo and departures, beginning with Pittsburgh and Syracuse, followed by West Virginia and TCU, then Notre Dame and Rutgers and finally Louisville, the seven non-football schools of the remaining Big East have decided to split from the football playing members, according to reports from Gary Parrish and […]

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