Realignment and St. John's future
All of the Rumble (and others') coverage of realignment and its effects on the Big East - in one place.
Big 12 doesn’t expand, helps Big East?
UConn helped build the old Big East, now could they come back to strengthen the new Big East?
Mutual Interest Between UConn and Big East?
Connecticut joining would reap huge benefits for the Big East.
Val Ackerman hired as Big East Commissioner
Ackerman tabbed to head a like-minded group of ten into uncharted conference waters.
New Under Armour deal a step up for Johnnies
Under Armour likes the visibility. St. John's likes the exposure and the money. The deal is looking like a win.
Big East has to help itself to remain elite
The new Big East cannot afford to ease into its transition to become an immediate basketball power.
The night the Big East torch was passed
Louisville gave old Big East fans one last night on top before the new league breaks ground.
The first day of the rest of the Big East
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.
Big East conference will rise again in July
The public announcement of the separation between the Big East and the football schools.
Report: hoops-only Big East to start next season
The basketball schools will keep the name (for a price) and are likely to keep Madison Square Garden as a tournament home.
C7 updates: Big East name, possible loss of MSG
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.
Xavier would say yes if asked to the Catholic 7
Outgoing Athletic Director mentions interest in the new league if the new league calls. The new league will call, Xavier, they will call.
Realignment doesn't mean Cuse can't be rivals
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.
Keeping rivalries alive... but with whom?
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?
"Catholic 7" working on historic TV deal
The Big East basketball-only schools are leaving the conference, and could be coming out on top financially.
Big East "Catholic 7" to leave In 2014?
Latest reports indicate the basketball schools in the Big East might be able to form their new league in time for the 2014-15 season.
Keep the Big East name or dump it?
Is the Big East name important enough for St. John's future conference to pay for it?
Official statement on the conference split
The split is official - but the timing, name, and makeup of the conference is still in the air.
Report: Catholic 7 split not until at least 2014
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.
Will a new league be high-major quality?
Profiling the Big East "Catholic" Conference's additions in terms of NCAA history and attendance.
Big East's Catholics nearing decision to leave
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.
The A10 allure & preserving the Big East brand
Discussing the appeal of the Atlantic Ten and Steve Lavin's comments about St. John's unique position.
Big East's hoops schools meet to discuss future
Dissolution is discussed, no decisions made.
Estimated effect of realignment on BE Media Deal
New financial numbers guess at the fallout from conference realignment for the Big East's media deal.
The crux of why the BE basketball schools haven't left - a bad financial idea.
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Why haven't basketball schools left the Big East?
What's the break-even point for basketball schools to leave the Big East Conference? St. John's is one of two schools who recently wanted to keep the Big East together. And the logic makes sense.
Is St. John's slowly becoming a mid-major?
Other than its drastic effects on the Big East, conference realignment has yet to hit St. John's. Perhaps the Red Storm needs to act in order to save itself.
Louisville leaves Big East
Louisville receives an invite to the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Tulane, ECU to Big East
Rutgers leaves; Tulane joins; the rumor mill centers around Louisville and Connecticut.
Lavin talks realignment
Steve Lavin wasn't shy in speaking about how conference realignment might affect the Red Storm.
Basketball schools brace for realignment fallout
On Rutgers, Maryland, Connecticut, and this idea that St. John's could go to the ACC.
Notre Dame in talks to jump from Big East in 2013
The Fighting Irish's Athletic Director opened a line of dialogue about moving Notre Dame's basketball and non-revenue sports to the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2013, not in 27 months.
No ACC takeover of Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden declined to bid on the ACC's men's basketball tournament from 2016-2021.
Sources: St. John's and Mike Anderson are finalizing details that will make him the Red Storm's next head coach. Barring something unforeseen, this should become official soon. #SJUBB— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 19, 2019
St. John's talks with Tim Cluess gaining steam, per source. Getting closer to a deal— J.P. Pelzman (@JPPelzman) April 11, 2019