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A Fan’s Reaction to the William & Mary Game

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 ›

Week 4 Preview: Penn Quakers

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.

Bednarczyk Leads Fourth Quarter Rally Against Delaware

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 ›

Week 3 Preview: Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens

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.

UConn Holds Off Villanova in the Fourth Quarter

While the Wildcats would have loved to walk away with a win, they just couldn’t produce enough big plays to put them on top of the UConn Huskies. Villanova fell to UConn, losing 20-15. The game was fairly even on offense, with the Huskies taking a slight 307-303 advantage in total yards. However, at first UConn… Read More ›

Survival of the Fittest: Kats Take Down Cats

The postseason is like no other. The best teams come together until one is left standing. Along the way, they take their fair share of beatings and bruisings. The best will emerge from the rest. For Villanova and Sam Houston State, their quarterbacks were at risk entering today’s game. On Thursday, Sam Houston State discovered that their… Read More ›

Fourth Quarter Rally Extinguishes Liberty Flames

The Liberty Flames’ confidence burned brightly going into Saturday’s game. It was eternal, and wasn’t going to be extinguished by the rough weather conditions and downpour that plagued most of the day. Besides, they had overcome greater things in the past that go beyond rainfall. They upset top-5 ranked Coastal Carolina, then they came back to… Read More ›

Week in Review: Will Power (Week of 11/17)

XC heads to Nationals, drama and glory for Villanova Football, and the rest of the action from this past week in Villanova sports.

More Last Minute Heroics in This Year’s “Battle of the Blue”

Last year, Villanova put on an amazing display of perseverance in front of their home crowd. They came from behind in the fourth quarter with a 23 point swing that came down to the final second in the fourth quarter. Villanova kicker Mark Hamilton spoiled any chances of Delaware securing a playoff spot, as he made… Read More ›

Villanova Goes Undefeated at Home for Regular Season, Beats Albany 48-31

The Wildcats came out for one last performance in front of the home crowd for the regular season. With the final home game of the season, comes Senior Night. Villanova honored a total of 25 seniors before the game in a nice pre-game ceremony under the lights. After the long-standing traditional ceremony was over, it… Read More ›

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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