The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for November 28, 2013

Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring a sick Andrew Wiggins!

Happy gameday, again! Tonight we'll take on the Kansas Jayhawks in what should be a thrilling game judging by our dominate performance against USC yesterday. And it looks like we might have pulled the old switcharoo on Bill Sefl's team too. Dylan Ennis is back and he looked excellent by all accounts (for a first game back anyways) and has added even more strength to our stellar backcourt.

Then, Seth Davis tweeted this out:

Their best player on the ropes battling a bug (seriously though, get better as soon as the final buzzer sounds tomorrow). And we've got one of our best players back from injury. Onward!

And now, the "news."

First half three’s pace Villanova in 94-79 defeat of USC | City of Basketball Love
In case you wanted to read another recap of our opening round win. And congrats to all of you who laid money on the 'Cats! (I'm looking at you Steve92)

Thrive and Advance: No. 25 Marquette 86, Cal State Fullerton 66 | Anonymous Eagle
Marquette celebrated Thanksgiving with a leisurely romp over the host Titans to advance to the semifinals of the Wooden Legacy tournament. And Jamil Wilson finally played a good game.

...and that's it. Apparently only us hardworkers brought you what you craved on Thanksgiving. Xavier blew a big lead against Iowa and then lost in OT in Atlantis. Butler won a close affair with Washington St. Creighton had the biggest result of the day, absolutely hammering Arizona St. by 28 (they're in the Wooden Legacy with Marquette so we could get an early BIG EAST showdown in the finals).

None of our blogger friends had much to say about these games though, so, there ya have it!

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