Tag: Gary Underwood
With 2016 and New Year’s Eve celebrations just around the corner, we’ll take this time to look back and celebrate the top moments of 2015 in Villanova Athletics.
The underdog Wildcats did all they could to save their slim playoff hopes. In a contest that seemed much closer than the score suggested, Villanova fell to the James Madison Dukes, 38-29. Coach Andy Talley and crew knew that they would have to play a near perfect game to have any shot against the number… Read More ›
Villanova heads up to Rhode Island for its last road game before homecoming. Here’s what you need to know.
Villanova has definitely moved on from the heartbreak they suffered against UPenn and William and Mary, because they did not look like a team that had just suffered back to back losses. In fact, they looked dominant. “This was the turnaround game for us this year,” Villanova head coach Andy Talley said. “I thought we played really… Read More ›
Villanova heads up to Albany for the first time in program history, and will look to walk out back at a .500 record. Jesse Hatton shares what he thinks the Wildcats should do in order to come out with a victory.
Where to begin? Villanova has lost yet again at home in ugly fashion, and I’m as confused as I was on my Political Theory midterm last week. It’s difficult not to be negative looking forward after what we witnessed at Villanova Stadium. As Coach Andy Talley made clear after the game, this team is not… Read More ›
The Quakers used to be known as an easy win. No matter how much Villanova struggled in a given year, a game against Penn was almost always penciled in as a victory. However, this would be the year that Penn defied the odds. Penn came out swinging, and drove Villanova onto its heels. The 104-year… Read More ›
Villanova has gone 103 years without losing to Penn, will the streak continue? Here’s what you need to know for this Thursday night’s game.
The game against Delaware was predicted to be a slug-fest. It was predicted to be a game where grit and toughness would endure over mere strategy and play-calling. Just like in years past, grit endured. In the fourth quarter, star quarterback John Robertson went down with what is believed to be a PCL tear at first glance. Up… Read More ›
Villanova hasn’t lost to Delaware since 2011, but the Blue Hens have taken the Wildcats right down to the wire in the last two meetings. Here’s what to expect for this Parents’ Weekend/Battle of the Blue Game.