Over on ESPN.com they talk about the Big East tournament and break down the teams. In the section on
Syracuse, they say that "In the past 11 years, only two teams -- Georgetown and Connecticut -- have managed the impossible trifecta of winning the Big East regular season, winning the conference tournament and making it to the Final Four."
Something strikes me as a little odd. Maybe it's because I actually know what the definition of impossible is, and I know that it's not defined as something that happens nearly 20% of the time.
Get off the Big East's nuts already!