2012 Big East Tournament: Updated Bracket Midway Through Wednesday

After Pittsburgh was polished off by a dominant Georgetown team, Thursday's match-ups are starting to come into focus.

With two games already determined and two yet to be played this evening, it's time to take a look at the updated Big East Tournament Bracket.

No. 1 Syracuse vs. No. 9 UConn

Uconn comes into this game as a heavy but dangerous underdog. It wasn't even a month ago that the Huskies played Syracuse close, ultimately losing by two at home.

It seems whenever Jim Calhoun and Jim Boeheim get together, a classic is in the works.

The game can be seen on ESPN at 12:00 p.m. ET.

No. 4 Cincinnati vs. No. 5 Georgetown

Even though the Bearcats are the higher seed, many will expect this experienced Hoyas team to find a way. After beating the Panthers with suffocating defense on Wednesday afternoon, Georgetown is playing with ample confidence.

The game will be aired on ESPN at 2:00 p.m. ET

For now, No. 2 Marquette awaits the winner of Seton Hall/Louisville while No.3 Notre Dame will play either South Florida or Villanova.

For more coverage on the Big East Tournament, be sure to check out Big East Coast Bias and SB Nation New York.

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