After nine games, the Villanova Wildcats are off to the worst start out of the 16 teams in the Big East Conference.
Yes, you read that right: even the annually terrible DePaul Blue Demons have a better record than Jay Wright's team at the moment.
A 5-4 record in nonconference is unacceptable at a program like Villanova, regardless of whether or not it is considered a rebuilding year.
Wright and company have four games left in the calendar year before switching over to the gauntlet that is Big East play on January 2nd.
There is no doubt that the Wildcat players need improvement, but if each of these players makes the adjustment that is suggested in this article, the Wildcats may just be able to revive what seems to be already a lost season.