Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! We seem to have last week's uptime issues behind us and we're ready to roll moving forward. Only 4 days late (I held it back because of the server errors), but I will have the 2014 recruiting post up today, which will hopefully relaunch us into recruiting mode for the summer.
Here's the "news."
Curtis Sumpter inducted into Bishop Loughlin HOF | The Tablet
Go on, Curt! From McDonald's All-American at Louglin to Hall of Famer. Well done!
Of course Jay Paterno believes in his dad, but in no way should you | CBSSports.com
People have made up their minds about Joe Paterno's legacy, but that hasn't stopped his son, Jay, from trying to change opinions. Gregg Doyel says it's understandable, and pathetic.
Got $25M? Here's a house for you in Villanova | Philadelphia Business Journal
An estate that sits on a corner of the historic Ardrossan Farm in Villanova, PA is on the market for $25 million smackeroos.
John Calipari hates the 'one and done' rule, wants it changed - SBNation.com
The man most synonymous with the NBA's "one and done" rule might also be the rule's most outspoken opponent. Then again, would he really be bringing in all that talent if there weren't the one and done rule?
Rutgers' Julie Hermann joins short list of female FBS ADs - SBNation.com
Hermann is the first female athletic director in school history, and will be only the third in major college athletics. And good luck to you, Julie Hermann, because you are going to need it there.
From the Twitterverse...
great ball player - outstanding student - respected man and proud Mom twitter.com/VUCoachJWright…— Jay Wright (@VUCoachJWright) May 18, 2013