The Big East Tournament got underway on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden in New York City and the action will continue through the week.

Tuesday's games featured a bevy of intense games, but Wednesday is when things start to get extra interesting. The action begins at noon with Connecticut vs. West Virginia, but the game that most are looking forward to is when Seton Hall takes on Louisville in what could be a win and they're in scenario for the Pirates.

The games will all be broadcasted on ESPN's network of channels. The games will be broadcasted on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, as well as being live streamed on WatchESPN - formerly known as ESPN3.

Last year a Kemba Walker-led Connecticut Huskies team won five games in five days on their way to a National Championship. Will anyone be able to replicate that kind of amazing run? The only way to find out is by tuning in this week.

Here is the schedule for the entire Big East Tournament, including where you can watch each game. Note: All games will be available on WatchESPN.

Wednesday

Noon: Connecticut vs. No. 8 West Virginia (ESPN)

2 p.m.: Pittsburgh vs. No. 5 Georgetown (ESPN)

7 p.m.: Seton Hall vs. No. 7 Louisville (ESPN)

9 p.m.: Villanova vs. No. 6 USF (ESPN)

Thursday

Noon: Connecticut/West Virginia vs. No. 1 Syracuse (ESPN)

2 p.m.: Pittsburgh/Georgetown vs. No. 4 Cincinnati (ESPN)

7 p.m.: Seton Hall/Louisville vs. No. 2 Marquette (ESPN)

9 p.m.: Villanova/USF vs. No. 3 Notre Dame (ESPN)

Friday

7 p.m.: Winner of Quarterfinal 1 vs. Quarterfinal 2 (ESPN)

9 p.m.: Winner of Quarterfinal 3 vs. Quarterfinal 4 (ESPN)

Saturday

Championship at 9 p.m.: Winner of Semifinal 1 vs. Winner of Semifinal 2