Big East: The World's Most Famous Arena

By Jerry Palm - March 10, 2007


We have been welcomed again to the "World's Most Famous Arena", as they keep telling us, for the championship game of the Big East between Georgetown and Pitt.

If this really is the world's most famous arena, we should know that without being told. But, I digress.

We were just treated to the National Anthem sung by a very talented 12-year-old girl. When she finished, she turned to leave the court and was faced with a bunch of very tall guys shaking hands and had a hard time working her way through.

The lights were dimmed for the pregame ceremonies, so this must be an important game. The lineups have been annoucned and we're ready to go. I like Georgetown mostly because they are the only team that has really impressed me here. Others like Pitt, ND, Louisville, they're good, but not significantly better than the teams that battled for the MVC title last week. Georgetown is on a different level, and if they play their game, they'll win tonight.

Posted by Jerry Palm at 09:05 PM on March 10, 2007
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