Big East Tournament 2012: West Virginia, Georgetown, Louisville, USF Ready To Go For Round Two

Day one of the Big East Conference men's basketball tournament was anything bit thrilling, as the first-round games featured the victor winning in blowout fashion. Day two of the Big East Tournament will showcase some better contests, with the No. 9-seeded Connecticut Huskies and West Virginia Mountaineers kick starting things at noon ET on ESPN at Madison Square Garden.

Following that game is No. 13 Pittsburgh Panthers against No. 5 Georgetown Huskies. The night session tips off with No. 10 Seton Hall Pirates playing No. 7 Louisville Cardinals, while No. 14 Villanova Wildcats and No. 5 South Florida Bulls cap the action.

SB Nation New York has a preview to each contest, here's a link to each:

Wednesday, March 7:

Noon/ESPNU, ESPN3D: UConn vs. West Virginia
2 p.m./ESPNU, ESPN3D: Pitt vs. Georgetown
7 p.m./ESPNU, ESPN3D: Seton Hall vs. Louisville
9 p.m./ESPNU, ESPN3D: 'Nova vs. USF

— For complete coverage of the Big East Tournament, check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream. For more on the Big East Conference, visit the SB Nation blog Big East Coast Bias.

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