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State of the Nova Nation: Omari Omari Revolution, Regular Season Finale, Women’s Basketball Big East Tourney Preview, and More!

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A new episode of the State of the Nova Nation podcast is live! Shout out to Adam Chalifoux for joining us from Chicago. He got me on the radio over there, and it was nice to feature him here. Get the latest episode on iTunes, or you can listen/download here:

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/vubenchmob/episodes/2017-03-02T05_37_44-08_00

Episode Description: The spiritual successor to the ‘Daniel Ochefu Cookout’ game series has been released by the Villanova band, this time focusing on Omari Spellman. While we’re talking about Spellman, it’s a perfect transition to discuss some more recent questionable NCAA decisions and contradictions. Men’s basketball prepares for its regular season finale with Georgetown. Adam Chalifoux joins us from Chicago to preview the women’s basketball Big East Tournament which is set to happen this weekend in Milwaukee. The Blue Demons are the top-seed and it’s very possible that Villanova runs into them. What can Villanova do to pull an upset? How good is the DePaul women’s team? And so much more.

 

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About The Author

Eugene Rapay '16 created "The Bench Mob" in November 2013. He joined the Villanova Times in 2012 as a writer. A Westchester, NY native, who will bring top quality coverage of all things Villanova sports.

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