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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for March 27th, 2013

Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring the life and death of Wavecam, taking advantage of age in youth sports, and the continued FGCU hype machine.

Happy Wednesday 'Nova Nation! Who else watched USA-Mexico last night from the Estadio Azteca? And if you trash on soccer, then I say you are not a true American.

Yes, that's right, if you aren't supporting our soccer team against our bitter rivals to the south, you are not a true American! I'm starting something up in here.

On to the links!

Villanova Announces 2013 Captains - Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Villanova University head football coach Andy Talley today announced the 2013 Wildcat team captains. Fifth-year senior offensive lineman Dan Shirey and senior defensive lineman Antoine Lewis will serve as co-captains for this year's team. This is the second straight season that Shirey will be a team captain.

His dreams for aerial sports camera fall with economy -
The life and death of "Wavecam!" (you know the thing that Villanova students running 'Nova Nation All-Access were operating and ruining basketball games constantly).

Library offering insider look at Villanova hoops - The Unionville Times
I still need to read this book. Shame on me.

Why Shabazz Muhammad's age is a big deal -
An excellent write-up on Muhammad's upbringing, and his prospects at the next level. This isn't even just an athletics issue. Parents hold their children back for academic advantages as well all the time. Not sure what to think about this, but I agree that Muhammad is going to struggle in the NBA.

A detailed guide to Florida Gulf Coast, the best school on earth -
Check out that dorm room location. These guys might just actually steal a couple of mid-high recruits.

Sweet 16 power rankings: Louisville still the favorite, Duke and Kansas not far behind -
I watched nearly every game during the first weekend, and I don't know how Michigan isn't ranked in the Top 5. They looked awesome. Oh, also, ESPN thinks FGCU should be #1.