This was supposed to get posted last week, but stuff happened and it didn't.
Georgetown, Providence and St. John's
Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and Seton Hall
Marquette, Pittsburgh, South Florida
Cincinnati, Marquette, Syracuse
Notre Dame, South Florida, West Virginia
DePaul, Georgetown, Villanova
Connecticut, Louisville, St. John's
Connecticut, DePaul, West Virginia
Cincinnati, Rutgers, Villanova
Providence, Seton Hall, Syracuse
DePaul, Notre Dame, Seton Hall
Connecticut, Rutgers, St. John's
DePaul, Louisville, West Virginia
Georgetown, Rutgers, Villanova
Marquette, Providence, Syracuse
Louisville, Pittsburgh, South Florida
Notre Dame is going to be good, but four games against perhaps the league's two best teams, and then another pair against a St. John's team that would be competitive if it had axed Norm Roberts is a rough slate. Connecticut wasn't done any favors either, having to play the Irish, Pitt and dangerous Seton Hall more than once.
Apparently Fred Hill knows someone at the league office, because the Scarlet Knights were dealt an extremely favorable hand with Providence, Seton Hall and Syracuse.
Still feeling cautiously positive about the Cards' draw. Much of the level of difficulty is going to depend on how quickly the young guys in Morgantown develop.