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The Big East Baseball Tournament starts tomorrow; here's what you need to know

The Big East Baseball Tournament kicks off tomorrow in Clearwater, Fla. and UConn's the No. 1 seed. I know Big East baseball isn't exactly something we're used to following, so here's a quick rundown. The tournament features the top eight teams in the league and is five-days long. It has a double-elimination format and you can download the bracket by clicking here.

UConn is the top seed and they'll be taking on the eight seed Notre Dame. The winner will move on to play the winner of No. 4 West Virginia vs. No. 5 Seton Hall and the loser will play the loser of that matchup.

UConn's game starts at 8 p.m. and you can find online video of it over at the Big East's website. Every game of the tournament is being streamed online there with the exception of Sunday's championship game which will be broadcast on ESPNU (and presumably ESPN3). You can also get radio coverage from WTIC or WHUS.