The Big East is alive and well today, as five games will be taking place on this late December day. And Big East Coast Bias has you plenty covered for it all.
Game Time, TV Info, Streaming Info
|Charlotte vs. Georgetown||Noon ET||MASN 2 or FOX Sports Network*|
|Syracuse vs. No. 7 Villanova||1 p.m. ET||FOX/FOX Sports GO|
|UMass vs. Providence||1 p.m. ET||CBS Sports Network|
|No. 23 Butler vs. Indiana||2:30 p.m. ET||FOX Sports 1/FOX Sports GO|
|Xavier vs. Auburn||6 p.m. ET||SEC Network/WatchESPN|
* = Georgetown's matchup with Charlotte will be broadcasted on the following networks: YES Network, Cox Sports Northeast, Root Sports Northwest and Pittsburgh. It will also be broadcasted on the following FOX Sports networks: Arizona, Detroit, Florida, Midwest, North, Ohio, Oklahoma, South, Southwest and Wisconsin.
- ESPN 570 AM (Georgetown)
- CBS Sports Radio 610 (Villanova)
- WEEI 103.7 FM (Providence)
- WFNI ESPN 1070 The Fan (Butler)
- 700 WLW AM (Xavier)
The current lines, via OddsShark, sit at:
- Georgetown -12
- Villanova -10
- Providence -5.5
- Butler -3
- Xavier -5
Georgetown will look to avoid a fourth loss in the nonconference slate of their schedule as two games remain until their New Year's Eve matchup with Xavier.
Villanova looks to avenge a devastating loss to Syracuse last year. After leading 25-10 through the first 10 minutes, they would be outscored 68-37 the rest of the way, and 42-18 over the ensuing 20 minutes.
Providence is looking to rebound off of a 3-game losing streak, and make a 3-game winning streak out of it after defeating Rhode Island and Stony Brook in their last two games.
The Butler Bulldogs look to remain unbeaten in Crossroads Classics matchups. The last time the Bulldogs met the Indiana Hoosiers in this epic series in The State of Basketball, the 'Dawgs shocked the then No. 1 Hoosiers in a thriller.
Xavier travels down to Alabama to battle Auburn after netting their first true road game of the season last weekend against fellow SEC member Missouri. They could go 3-for-3 against the SEC this year, with a win over Alabama two weeks ago under their belt.
For more on Georgetown, visit Casual Hoya.
You can head over to Crimson Quarry for read-ups on the Indiana Hoosiers. We can't promise you that Tom Crean will hang a banner for every page view, though.