A press conference with a lot of fireworks, as the Big East announces the continuation of tournament at Madison Square Garden, the additions of Butler, Creighton, and Xavier, and a search for a commissioner.
The basketball schools will keep the name (for a price) and are likely to keep Madison Square Garden as a tournament home.
Two reports today shine a light on the future structure and naming of the Conference of the "Catholic" Schools, and the future of the Big East Tournament location.
Outgoing Athletic Director mentions interest in the new league if the new league calls. The new league will call, Xavier, they will call.
Despite the Syracuse Orange moving on to the ACC, the Red Storm and Orange will face off in a home-and-home series, as soon as this coming fall.
Conference realignment means the games we loved watching are no longer a given. Who do you want to see St. John's play home-and-home - or Garden "neutral site" games - with?
The Big East basketball-only schools are leaving the conference, and could be coming out on top financially.
There's at least another season of Big East play likely, as the various programs sort out the monetary and legal issues of a Big East split.
The next 48 hours should see a statement from the basketball-only schools about their decision to move on from the Big East... or not.