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In the final episode of the Tuesday/Thursday regular format, we react to the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament and the Wildcats’ loss to Wisconsin in the Round of 32. We look at what went wrong, but also find the silver lining for the future.
BUFFALO–Villanova’s record setting season has come to an end with a 65-62 loss to Wisconsin in the Second Round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. The Badgers were led by seniors Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig, who combined for 36 of the teams 65 points en route to the upset victory over the defending champs. “We… Read More ›
Both teams are loaded with experience, and they sport one Naismith Player of the Year candidate each. Here’s what you need to know about the Wildcats’ Round of 32 matchup.
The NCAA Tournament is finally here. We preview Villanova’s opening round matchup against Mount St. Mary’s, and both hypothetical opponents (Wisconsin/Virginia Tech) for the weekend’s Round of 32 game. Also, the women’s team is taking on Princeton to begin the WNIT.
In a back-and-forth game between two highly ranked teams, No. 3 Villanova survived its first true road test of the season by beating No. 15 Purdue, 79-76, in the first of eight other Gavitt Games. Jalen Brunson, who finished with 10 points, was able to hit four straight free throws at the end of the game… Read More ›
No offense to Lafayette, but this is the true season opener right here.
With Villanova’s 2016-17 schedule released on early Tuesday afternoon, here are five games to keep note of: Purdue Boilermakers Where: Mackey Arena (West Lafayette, Ind.) When: November 14, 2016, at 7 p.m. Coverage: Big Ten Network (BTN) Purdue will certainly miss its 7-foot center A.J. Hammons, who’s now on the Dallas Mavericks after enjoying an illustrious… Read More ›
Yes, the season technically began last Friday with the blowout win against Farleigh Dickinson, but last night was the true first step of the 2015-16 season for three reasons. First, the student lottery gave the FDU game to the freshmen to get them excited early, and Nebraska to upperclassmen. Anyone who went to both games… Read More ›
What started out as a close game ended in a Villanova blowout, with the ‘Cats dominating the Nebraska Cornhuskers in an 87-63 victory. This game was a part of the Gavitt Tip-off Games, a new eight-year deal between the Big East and Big Ten conferences. Each year, eight teams from each conference will match up… Read More ›
Villanova gets its first taste of a Power Five Conference team, here’s what you need to know about the new look Cornhuskers.