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Morning Cup O' Mud: Competition For Darrel Young?

Light day of news, so we'll get right to it - it's NFL preseason and this New York Giants fan (head over to Big Blue View for more of the G-Men!) had a great time watching Big Blue play last night. The starters even stayed in until deep in the second quarter - it was almost half a game!

So I started wondering about Darrel Young, who was named the starter at fullback for the Washington Redskins a weeks ago. Turns out, a veteran might be coming back to squeeze the 'Nova man out of some reps. That and more in this morning's links.

Mike Sellers taking snaps at fullback again | The Washington Post
After spending all of training camp and the first two weeks of the preseason working exclusively as a tight end, 12th-year veteran Mike Sellers will see some time back at fullback. He'll share snaps with former Villanova star Darrel Young.

Introducing The SB Nation iPhone App | The Nova Blog
Here's a sneak video preview at the upcoming SB Nation iPhone app.

Quarterback Dustin Thomas ready to lead an inexperienced Villanova football squad | Philly Sports Central
Villanova quarterback Dustin Thomas remembers the moment from late last season very well. "I was on the sideline during practice, and the team trainer came by and told me he had just got off the phone with the doctor," Thomas said on Thursday before the Wildcats held another session of preseason camp.

What Is Villanova Losing In Isaiah Armwood? | The Nova Blog
What will Villanova be losing now that Isaiah Armwood is transferring?

Wildcats Prevail Over Saint Joseph's, 2-1, For Season's First Win | Villanova Official Athletic Site
Playing for only the second time on a Monday in the last 15 years Villanova (1-0-1) scored once in each half to earn its first victory of the season, 2-1 over Saint Joseph's (0-1) at the West Campus Soccer Complex this afternoon. Senior midfielder Katy Nagy (Bellmore, N.Y.) and senior forward Katie Ryan (Wayne, N.J.) each scored a goal for the Wildcats, who had an excellent all-around showing en route to building up a 20-4 edge in shots during the contest.

Roster Moves -- Armwood to Transfer | Villanova By The Numbers
After the European Tour According to Jeff Goodman over at, Villanova captain, rising junior Isaiah Armwood will leave the Villanova program to pursue basketball opportunities with another D1 program. "He’s the greatest kid in the world...He’s our hardest-working guy, our captain. We started him every game on our trip...I just want to see him achieve his goals," Wright said in the post by Goodman.