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Big East Tournament Group: Full TV Schedule, Scores, Results for 2021 Basketball Tournament



The 2020-21 Big East season is set for a potentially bizarre conclusion this week.

Seeded Villanova will look to win his fourth consecutive Big East Tournament in five years after the tournament was canceled in 2020. However, the Wildcats will have to attempt the feat without Collin Gillespie, as the senior point guard is expected to miss. the rest of the tournament. season with a torn MCL. They may also be without second-year guard Justin Moore, who sprained his ankle in the team’s regular season finale.

Two-seeded Creighton parted ways with Villanova but could be left without coach Greg McDermott, who was suspended from all team activities after using racist verbiage following his team’s loss to Xavier. UConn, who is returning to the conference after a seven-year stint as a member of the AAC, will compete for its first Big East conference title since 2011.

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Not to mention the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced several games to be canceled and postponed this year, not just in the Big East but across the country. Even getting to this point in the season is the result of considerable effort on the part of players, coaches, colleges, health officials, and more.

Here’s the full breakdown of the 2021 Big East Tournament, from parentheses to info and TV schedules:

Big East 2021 tournament draw

Seed Team Record (Big East)
No. 1 Villanova 16-5 (11-4)
No. 2 Creighton 18-7 (14-6)
Number 3 UConn 14-6 (11-6)
No. 4 de San Juan 16-10 (10-9)
number 5 Seton Hall 13-12 (10-9)
No 6 Providence 13-12 (9-10)
No. 7 Javier 13-7 (6-7)
No. 8 Georgetown 9-12 (7-9)
No. 9 Marquette 13-13 (8-11)
No. 10 Butler 9-14 (8-12)
No. 11 DePaul 4-13 (2-13)

Odds of winning the Big East Tournament

Creighton enters as the odds favorite to win the 2021 Big East Tournament in +200, followed by Villanova (+275), UConn (+300) and Xavier (+450).

Below are all the odds of winning the Big East Tournament 2021:

Team Odd
Creighton +200
Villanova +275
UConn +300
Javier +450
Seton Hall +800
Providence +3000
Marquette +4000
Georgetown +6000
de San Juan +6000
Butler +8000
DePaul +20000

How to watch the Big East Tournament live

The entire 2021 Big East Tournament will take place on the Fox family of networks, beginning with Fox Sports 1 through the first, quarter-finals, and semi-finals before concluding with the conference title game on Fox. Broadcast options include Fox Sports Go and fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Round 1
Fox Sports 1
Quarter finals
Fox Sports 1
Semifinals
Fox Sports 1
Big East Championship Game
Fox

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Big East 2021 tournament schedule

With UConn’s readmission to the conference, the 2021 Big East Tournament will begin with an additional game in the opening round on Wednesday, March 10. The first round comprises three games among the last six seeds. From there, the tournament will go through the quarter-final and semi-final rounds on Thursday and Friday, respectively, before concluding with the championship match on Saturday.

Below is the full tournament schedule:

Round 1: Wednesday March 10

Time (ET) TV (national)
Game 1: No. 8 Georgetown vs. No. 9 Marquette 3 pm FS1, fuboTV
Game 2: No. 7 Xavier vs. No. 10 Butler 6 pm FS1, fuboTV
Game 3: No. 6 Providencia vs. No. 11 DePaul 9 p. M. FS1, fuboTV

Quarter-finals: Thursday, March 11

Time (ET) TV (national)
Game 4: No. 1 Villanova vs. Game 1 Winner Midday FS1, fuboTV
Game 5: No. 4 St. John’s vs. No. 5 Seton Hall 3 pm FS1, fuboTV
Game 6: No. 2 Creighton vs. Game 2 Winner 6 pm FS1, fuboTV
Game 7: No. 3 UConn vs. Game 3 winner 9 p. M. FS1, fuboTV

Semifinals: Friday, March 12

Time (ET) TV (national)
Game 8: Winner of Game 4 vs. Winner of Game 5 6 pm FS1, fuboTV
Game 9: Winner of Game 6 vs. Winner of Game 7 9 p. M. FS1, fuboTV

Big East Championship Game – Saturday, March 13

Time (ET) TV (national)
Game 10: Winner of Game 8 vs. Winner of Game 9 6:30 pm Fox, fuboTV




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