Marquette Destroys St. John’s in Big East Tourney

One day after eliminating powerhouse Georgetown, St. John’s was ruffed up by Marquette in a 74-45 beat down in the Big East tourney in Madison Square Garden. St. John’s played so bad that they only scored 10 points in the first half. Wesley Mathews led the Golden Eagles to victory with 20 points into tomorrows match-up with Villanova. This should be a dandy!

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St. Johns Defeats Georgetown in Big East Tourney

Well, any hope of making the NCAA tournament for Georgetown this year is like Ron Browz’s hit song “Jumpin out the Window.” In the first game of the Big East Conference Championship tournament, St. John’s was placed against Georgetown last night at Madison Square Garden in New York. Just about the only way to enter the NCAA tournament for Georgetown was to win this tournament. Well, Parish Horne and St. John’s thought otherwise. Horne dropped 23 points as he lead St. John’s to its first victory in the tourney since 2003. The Red Storm won the game 64-59.

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