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Let’s get to know Davion Mintz

The NC point guard aims to splash into Creighton’s scene

Isaiah Zierden is the Proverbial Phoenix of the BIG EAST

Fall and rise again.

Maurice Watson Jr. & A Legacy To Be Fulfilled

The Bluejay point guard boasts a wealth of tools and talent, can he cement himself as a Bluejay great?

What will Michael Nzei do for Seton Hall this year?

The power forward looks to solidify his presence in the paint.

Delgado is Seton Hall’s ‘Man in the Middle’

Seton Hall’s dominant, reliable big man will need to deliver more of the same in his third year if the Pirates want to defend their Big East title.

Seton Hall’s not-so-secret ingredient: Desi Rodriguez

The rising junior looks to further amp his dominance this season for the Pirates.

Ismael Sanogo, The Quiet Force

While he may have gotten lost in the shuffle on the touted Pirates team of a year ago, Ismael Sanogo is as integral as they come for this year’s Seton Hall club.

The emergence of Xavier’s Eddie Ekiyor

The third player of Xavier’s highly ranked recruiting class brings defense and a little controversy.

O’Mara looks to become a bigger piece to the puzzle at Xavier

Sean O’Mara is likely to have a bigger role in 2016 after the departures of Xavier’s previously incumbent big men. How he uses that role will be pivotal in helping him become a pivotal player for X.

Sumner looks to make another splash

Xavier’s standout point guard was terrific in his first year. What’s in store for 2016? If all goes well, lots could come to the Detroit native.

Getting to know an incoming transfer: RaShid Gaston

His redshirt is coming off, so what skills will the power forward bring to the Xavier Musketeers this upcoming season?

Myles Davis Must Navigate Legal Waters and Xavier

Myles Davis had a strong 2015-16 season, and is poised to be even better in his senior season. However, there is an off the court issue he must tend to before focusing on donning the navy blue and gray again in November.

Better Know a Freshman: Tyrique Jones

How will the freshman guard fit into the Xavier Musketeers?

Better Know a Freshman: Quentin Goodin

The Kentucky guard is hot with accolades, and is taking that heat to his freshman year with the Xavier Musketeers.

Building up Villanova Wildcat Mikal Bridges

If the defense-friendly sophomore polishes his offensive drive, Mikal Bridges is setting up for a bright future with Villanova.

The Rising Value of Phil Booth

Phil Booth has been a steady contributor to the Wildcat's well-oiled machine, but his breakthrough performance during the NCAA Championship game indicates we've seen just the beginning of his full capacity.

Teaching Taylor Part III: Mentee becomes mentor

This is the conclusion of a three part series by Sean Saint Jacques on the story of former Seton Hall star Oliver Taylor. Be sure to read all three parts of this story.

Teaching Taylor Part II: Taylor wins MVP at MSG

This is the second part of a three part series looking back at Seton Hall star Oliver Taylor and his mentor David Gurwitz.

Teaching Taylor: Mentorship coming full circle

This is the first part of a three part series highlighting the incredible story of former Seton Hall star Oliver Taylor and his mentor David Gurwitz

JP Macura's Night Out

The story of what really happened.

Sitting down with former SJU star Sir'Dom Pointer

BECB's Sean Saint Jacques caught up with former St. John's star Sir'Dominic Pointer to talk about his NBA aspirations, St. John's and much more in an exclusive interview.

BECB One-on-One Tournament: The Final Four

A warrior priest from the Ocean State, a feral beast from outside the heart of independence, a creature of flight from the vast wasteland and a swashbuckling assassin from the shores of New Jersey. Its the final four of the Big East Coast Bias One-on-One Tournament.

BECB One-on-One Tournament: The Grateful 8

Where there once were 16 there are now eight, as the first round of the Big East Coast Bias One-on-One Tournament's first round had us wave goodbye to some of the league's best.

BECB One-on-One Tournament: The Opening Salvo

In a world where anarchy reigns and basketball games are decided by pitting one man against another, 16 players enter with only eight able to survive long enough to play another day.

What's Wrong With Providence?

The Providence Friars have been in a free-fall as of late, dropping four out of their last six contests. Here's a look at three reasons behind the Friars skid.

Watch out: The Big East is about to get crazier

The conference has been really exciting to watch this year, and now it's about to get even better.

Every Friars loss at Marquette: A retrospective

Providence faces Marquette tonight in Milwaukee, a place where they've never picked up a victory. Here's a look at every loss, heartbreaking in nature.

The Emergence of Xavier’s Kaiser Gates

Xavier’s Kaiser Gates has taken advantage of his opportunities and created a role for himself on an already deep Musketeer team.

The Big East's Forgotten Sons

While you've been salivating over the prodigious production of the stars on the conference's top teams, there are a few players flying far below the radar that should be ignored no longer.

Xavier keeps getting better

Many have remarked in the early season that this may be Chris Mack’s most talented group of Musketeers yet. What has not received enough attention is that it may also be his best coaching job yet.

The 5 Most Surprising Players in BIG EAST Hoops

BIG EAST Digital Network reporter Kim Adams joins BECB for a guest column as she gives us the five most surprising players thus far in the conference through the first month of the season.

Reinforcements on the way for Xavier… at least in practice

While he may only be around for practice this year the arrival of Eddie Ekiyor will help the Musketeers continuing playing at a high level in the future.


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