Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012 5:57 pm
The 10 Most Sarcastic Tweets About Big East Basketball’s Impending Implosion
By now, it’s no secret that the seven Catholic schools in the Big East want to take their basketball programs elsewhere. Big East fans, Temple fans, Cincinnati fans, UConn fans — they’re all freaking out after the news broke, and as a result, Twitter is fueling the fire. Here are the 10 most sarcastic tweets about the Big East meltdown.
The Big East might not even make it to the Mayan Apocalypse. This is crazy. Them cats on life support.
— I’m Ron Burgundy? (@SirCoach) December 11, 2012
To the Big East Gang of 7, don’t forget to shut the lights off on your way out.
— Ira Berkowitz (@IraSez) December 11, 2012
I can see it now! Big East bball schools salivate at the thought of match-ups against Fordham & Duquesne in the A10. #saidnooneever
— Bret McGaughey (@therealmcgoy) December 11, 2012
The Atlantic 21. I’m into it.. Sounds like an unfortunate but intriguing way to solve the eventual dissolution of the Big East
— Bram Weinstein (@BramESPN) December 11, 2012
Just when u think the dust will settle. 7 Catholic schools from Big East to A-10? Pope Benedict the next commissioner??
— Mike Gminski (@gman43duke) December 11, 2012
If the 7 Catholic basketball schools leave the Big East for the A-10, remove all sharp objects, shoelaces & belts from Cincy and UConn.
— Paul Banuski (@Bangnowski) December 11, 2012
— Aaron McFarling (@aaronmcfarling) December 11, 2012
The more I think about it, the Big East Catholic basketball schools should create a Catholic league and go guilt some schools into joining.
— DegeneratesAnonymous (@DegensAnonymous) December 11, 2012
Hey NCAA, Thanks for not having a 16 team Football Playoff. It really helped our Basketball Super Conference. Regards- The Big East.
— sean shanan small (@seanshanan17) December 11, 2012
“Football is king, so lets form a new league with no football…That will definitely secure our future,guys” – Some Big East Catholic school
— Brian Ewart (@Brian_Ewart) December 11, 2012