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Selection Sunday is just six weeks away and things are becoming clear for some of the most successful programs in college basketball... Read More »
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The Villanova Wildcats have started Big East play with a 2-1 record and are looking to continue their strong play throughout the duration of conference play. But with every team comes a set of concerns that a coach has about the team's play... Read More »
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Jay Wright is making a huge mistake by using his best player as Villanova's sixth man. Throughout non-conference play, JayVaughn Pinkston has shown that Villanova's success runs through him... Read More »
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Villanova basketball is entering a new chapter in their storied program as they begin the 2012-2013 season. New leaders will emerge with the departure of Maalik Wayns... Read More »
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