The Big East has some of the best guards in the nation on an annual basis. Over the last few years, whether you are talking about Kemba Walker and Ben Hansbrough or Dion Waiters, Darius Johnson-Odom and Jeremy Lamb, the conference lines up a pretty impressive collection of backcourt stars. This coming year is no different. Not only does the Big East have a strong group of guards returning who have established themselves (such as Peyton Siva, Shabazz Napier and Vincent Council), but the conference also has a nice group of up-and-comers who are ready to take 2012-13 by storm.
Kemba Walker has ridden the 2010-11 College Basketball roller-coaster. Early in the season, he led the nation in scoring, helped the Huskies to a 10-0 start and was a strong candidate for a variety of National Player of the Year awa... Read Post
Ben Hansbrough has led Notre Dame to an undefeated home record, and the Fighting Irish are currently second in the Big East, which is no easy feat considering the talent level of college basketball’s most competitive conference this... Read Post
The UConn basketball team isn't a one-man team with the emergence of freshman Jeremy Lamb Kemba Walker may be the best player in the nation but he isn't the only player of note for the Huskies. Lamb had 19 key points for UConn in th... Read Post