Podcast: 2021 Big East Preview

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*Note: Due to internet connection issues stemming from the Nashville Christmas Day terrorist attack, the final five minutes of this episode did not get uploaded along with the rest of the show when the episode was published. Apologies for the inconvenience*

While exactly what the 2021 season will look like remains largely a mystery, Lacrosse Bucket is diving into early conference previews on the Lacrosse Bucket Podcast. On this second conference preview podcast, Tanner tackles the Big East, breaks down the top teams and gives his preseason projected finish.

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Big East Projected Order of Finish (Segment did not get uploaded on the podcast. See above note):

  1. Georgetown
  2. Denver
  3. Providence
  4. Villanova
  5. Marquette
  6. St. John’s

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2 thoughts on “Podcast: 2021 Big East Preview

  1. CAA – UMass
    Bucknell tsf, Newman, not with the team.
    LSM Ryan Fitzpatrick (Freshman) performed very very well in 2020, and is now back.
    CAA likely as competitive as ever, with Delaware arguably at the top. Drexel has proved they can compete with 2019 semi win over UMass. Towson is the interesting team having being ranked #1 in the country as recently as 2019, coming off the disappointing 2020 season. I’d expect a bounceback with a chip on their shoulder. Hofstra is capable of an upset.

    1. UMass
    1. Delaware
    3. Drexel
    4. Towson
    5. Hofstra
    6. Fairfield


    1. Thanks for the comment. I think you mean to put this under the CAA preview podcast post. Good analysis. Should be a fun season. Ryan Fitzpatrick should be solid for UMass again. Had an old note pulled up on Newman and mispoke that he was there – he isn’t. Thanks again!


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