How to Watch The Big East Tournament

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How to Watch The Big East Tournament


March Madness has officially arrived! One of the most exciting times of the year on the sports calendar and in college basketball begins next week with conference championship tournaments starting. The Big East Tournament is always one of the most entertaining events of the week. In this post, we’ll show you how to watch the Big East Tournament.

This year’s men’s Big East Tournament will be held at the historic Madison Square Garden in New York City. All 11 teams in the conference will participate, and they will be seeded by conference record. Predetermined tiebreakers are in place in the case of any ties.

The Villanova Wildcats won last year’s event. This year, the Marquette Golden Eagles will be the top-seeded team finishing just ahead of the Xavier Musketeers.

How to Watch The Big East Tournament – Schedule

First Round – Wednesday, March 8th – FS1

  • Game 1 (3:00 pm ET) – No. 8 Seed vs No. 9 Seed
  • Game 2 (5:30 pm ET) – No. 7 Seed vs No. 10 Seed
  • Game 3 (8:00 pm ET) – No. 6 Seed vs No. 11 Seed

Quarterfinals – Thursday, March 9th – FS1

  • Game 4 (12:00 pm ET) – No. 1 Seed vs Game 1 Winner
  • Game 5 (2:30 pm ET) – No. 4 Seed vs No. 5 Seed
  • Game 6 (7:00 pm ET) – No. 2 Seed vs Game 2 Winner
  • Game 7 (9:00 pm ET) – No. 3 Seed vs Game 3 Winner

Semifinals – Friday, March 10th – FS1

  • Game 8 (6:30 pm ET) – Game 4 Winner vs Game 5 Winner
  • Game 9 (9:00 pm ET) – Game 6 Winner vs Game 7 Winner

Finals – Saturday, March 11th – FOX

  • Game 10 (6:30 pm ET) – Game 8 Winner vs Game 9 Winner

How to Stream The Big East Tournament

You can view the Big East Tournament on live TV streaming platforms such as FuboTV.

Author: Matt Rooney

Matt is from the Chicagoland area and has been working in Chicago sports since 2015 with stops at WGN Radio, the Chicago Blackhawks, Stadium, and NBC Sports Chicago prior to landing at Betsperts. Matt covers just about everything for Betsperts and Bleacher Nation but focuses on the NHL and college football.