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State of the Nova Nation: Meltdown in Milwaukee, Tanoh Kpassagnon Is Turning Heads, Selection Sunday Spoilers (?), and More!

We recap the stunning loss at Marquette and what that might mean for Sunday’s big game against Virginia. Villanova Football’s DE Tanoh Kpassagnon is starting to get some attention at Senior Bowl Practice, getting love from guys like ESPN’s Todd McShay or NFL Network’s Mike Mayock. Also, the selection committee is planning on doing something it has never done before. Lastly, we look ahead at the action in women’s basketball, women’s tennis, track, and swimming.

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After FCS Playoff Win, ‘Nova Football Prepares for South Dakota State

Villanova’s fast start in the first half proved to be the difference in their 31-21 first round playoff victory against Saint Francis last Saturday at Villanova Stadium. The Wildcats had 31-7 lead at halftime, scoring three touchdowns in eight minutes to jump out in front. Quarterback Zach Bednarczyk helped balance the offense by throwing for… Read More ›

Villanova Claws Out Victory Against Charleston, 63-47

After playing their sixth game in 13 days, the No.2 Villanova Wildcats were able to defeat the College of Charleston, 63-47, on Wednesday night at the Pavilion. The Villanova offense looked sluggish at times, but they were able to muscle through a tough team in the College of Charleston. Villanova head coach Jay Wright gives credit… Read More ›

Game Preview: Charleston Cougars

After winning the Charleston Classic, the Wildcats will return the favor by welcoming the tournament’s host to the Pavilion.

State of the Nova Nation: Basketball is Back, Men’s Soccer is Going Dancing, Postseason Play Watch, & More!

Another Tuesday, another podcast!

Villanova Falls to James Madison on Senior Day, Dukes win First CAA Title Since 2008

Despite a great defensive effort, the Villanova Wildcats’ offense was unable to find the end zone on Senior Day at Villanova Stadium. On a brisk day at Villanova, the Villanova offense was just as cold as the temperatures outside. The passing game was inefficient, as quarterback Zach Bednarczyk was 12-of-30 for 71 passing yards on the day…. Read More ›

‘Nova Rushing Attack, Defense Dominate Albany in Homecoming Game

After losing their first conference game to Richmond last week, the Wildcats were able to bounce back and defeat Albany, 24-13. Zach Bednarczyk was medically cleared to play the game after suffering a headache injury last week, that was originally thought to be linked to a concussion. “I felt good out there,” Bednarczyk said. “For… Read More ›

Villanova’s Rushing Attack Results in 35-0 Shutout Win

Villanova’s offense exploded for a total of 463 total yards of offense in a 35-0 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday. The Wildcats were able to establish their running game early, totaling 317 yards on the ground with a combination of Aaron Forbes, Javon White, and Matt Gudzak running the ball. The three-man rotation keeps… Read More ›

‘Nova’s Defense: The Difference Maker in Win at Lafayette

Coming off a stellar performance on both sides of the ball, the No. 19 ranked Wildcats tried to build off their 40-21 win against Towson. On Saturday, it was the defense who came up big in Villanova’s 31-14 win against Lafayette, making a big opening statement on the very first play of the game. On the opening… Read More ›

Week 3 Preview: Towson Tigers

Can Villanova put up a good show for the parents? Here’s what to expect from Towson.

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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