The Big East had an impressive season with 6 of its 10 teams earning NCAA Tournament berths. Four of those teams won their second round games, but the league posted a 1-3 record Saturday in the Round of 32.
Now only one member, No. 6 seed Xavier in the West Region, is still standing.
The Musketeers defeated No. 14 seed Georgia State while Villanova, the top seed in the East Region, was upset by No. 8 seed NC State; No. 4 seed Georgetown fell to No. 5 seed Utah in the South; and No. 6 seed Butler dropped an overtime thriller to No. 3 seed Notre Dame in the Midwest.
Although Xavier advances, it has a huge test ahead with a Sweet 16 game Thursday against No. 2 seed Arizona. The Wildcats are one of the favorites to win the national title, and they rank No. 2 nationally in Kenpom rankings.
Kenpom gives the Musketeers just a 16 percent chance against the Wildcats, with a projected score of 74-64.
Despite a great four months from the Big East, the conference may be done for the year before the end of the week barring a substantial upset.
All quotes transcribed by ASAP Sports.