Sports Illustrated’s Matt Maiocco takes a look back at the past two weeks of the NCAA tournament.
The last time the Big East faced a national championship was the 1999 Final Four, and the first time it played a championship game was the 2002 NCAA tournament, which featured a Sweet 16 against the SEC.
The Big East has not played in a championship since 2002, when the Big Ten lost in the Final Four to Duke and Kentucky.
The Big East is just one of 11 schools that have been eliminated from the tournament in the past 14 years.
The NCAA tournament began in 1891, when it was known as the NCAA Tournament, and it has never been a more volatile conference.
In addition to its four members, the Big 12, Pac-12, ACC and Big East all face each other in the tournament.
The SEC, meanwhile, is one of six conferences without a national title game.
The conference that is the most dominant in the NCAA is the Big Eight.
Last season, the conference went to the Sweet 16 in eight of its first 10 games, winning six of them.
The only conference to win all of its games in a single season was the Big 10, which won the last two regular season games in the same fashion.
The Big Ten also has a strong conference championship record.
Since its inception in 1974, the league has won at least 10 games six times, including the 2010 and 2012 NCAA tournaments.
That’s a record that would get them in the final four for the first consecutive year.
However, the top seed in the Big 11 conference tournament in 2021 would be the only conference champion this season.
One thing the Big West and Big 12 have in common is that they both play in the South.
The conference also has the most teams that have won at some point in the last 20 years in the West.
The West is also the only league with two non-conference games on its schedule, the only one with three games against non-power conferences, and is home to two conference tournaments.
The NCAA tournament is the biggest draw in the Pac-10 conference and is a much-anticipated event.
The Pac-8 is one conference that has had a championship-caliber season, going to the Final four four in five of its last six seasons.
The Pac-16 has had four straight tournament appearances.
The top seed has won in the first round four of the last five years.
The ACC has won two straight NCAA tournaments and the Atlantic 10 has won four in a row.
The league has the least number of NCAA tournament games of any conference, with four.