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Big East 2011-2012 Basketball Schedule Released: Syracuse On TV, Like, A Lot

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The Big East conference released the official 2011-2012 basketball schedule today complete with dates and times. We already knew Syracuse's Big East home and away opponents, but this gives us a much clearer picture of the schedule. They also released the Big East basketball national TV schedule.

I've gone ahead and filled in all the blanks on the whole Syracuse basketball schedule and it officially looks like this...

Tuesday, November 1 - CSULA (exb.), 7pm

Tuesday, November 8 - College of St. Rose (exb.), 7pm

Saturday, November 12 - Fordham

Monday, November 14 - Manhattan

Wednesday, November 16 - Albany/Brown

Saturday, November 19 - Colgate

Wednesday, November 23 - Season Tip-Off Semifinal (MSG), ESPN

Friday, November 25 - Season Tip-Off Championship/Consolation (MSG), ESPN

Tuesday, November 29 - Eastern Michigan

Friday, December 2 - Florida, ESPN/ESPN2

Tuesday, December 6 - Marshall

Saturday, December 10 - George Washington

Saturday, December 17 - at North Carolina State, 6:30pm

Tuesday, December 20 - Bucknell

Thursday, December 22 - Tulane

Wednesday, December 28 - Seton Hall, 7pm

Sunday, January 1 - at DePaul, 1pm

Wednesday, January 4 - at Providence, 7pm

Saturday, January 7 - Marquette, 4pm (Vengeance Day)

Wednesday, January 11 - at Villanova, 7pm, ESPN2

Saturday, January 14 - Providence, 2pm

Monday, January 16 - Pittsburgh, 7:30pm, ESPN

Saturday, January 21 - at Notre Dame, 6pm, ESPN

Monday, January 23 - at Cincinnati, 7pm, ESPN

Saturday, January 28 - West Virginia, 1pm, ESPNU

Saturday, February 4 - at St, John's, Noon, ESPN/ESPN2

Wednesday, February 8 - Georgetown, 7pm, ESPN/ESPN2

Saturday, February 11 - UConn, 1pm, CBS

Monday, February 13 - at Louisville, 7pm, ESPN

Sunday, February 19 - at Rutgers, 1pm, ESPN/ESPN2

Wednesday, February 22 - USF, 7pm

Saturday, February 25 - at UConn, 9pm, ESPN

Saturday, March 3 - Louisville, 4pm, CBS

*All conference games not listed with CBS, ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU above will be televised either by ESPN Regional/BIG EAST Network, or

How's that grab you?