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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for May 8th, 2013

Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring Radnor's big fat NO to Villanova, Fergie's final few games, and Titus Young going H.A.M. in a bad way.

Happy hump day, 'Nova Nation! It's pouring rain today in New York City after a couple weeks of fabulous weather. The good news is that Tottenham-Chelsea kicks off at 2:45 pm ET today. The game has major Champions League implications for next season. Since I know you're all huge soccer fans, and you're loyal to me, I know you'll be pulling for Spurs.

On to the links!

Radnor planners nix Villanova garage, dormitory, performing center proposal -
After listening to residents’ concerns, the township Planning Commission voted 8-1 Monday to recommend against a proposal by Villanova University to allow it to build a dormitory, parking garage and performing center on a large parking lot on Lancaster Avenue.

SOFTBALL: Jordan Prutzer verbally commits to Villanova - The Times Herald
I told you I had recruiting news coming.

Bailey Mongillo wasn't highly recruited, for which Villanova can be thankful - The Lowell Sun
Women's lacrosse added a star from Massachussets, who flew under the radar in recruiting -- as a walk-on candidate. Is it refreshing to see a student-athlete make an academics-first decision?

Ben McLemore's AAU coach admits to taking money from agent -
McLemore's amateur status would be violated if a report holds true of his AAU coach accepting more than $10,000 in cash benefits to pay for hotels, tickets and trips to Los Angeles.

Alex Ferguson retires: What's next at Manchester United? -
After 26 years as manager of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson is walking away. A successor is expected to be named shortly. My money is on David Moyes. Wait, you're still not interested in soccer?

Titus Young arrested twice in 15-hour span -
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was arrested twice on Sunday: once for suspicion of driving under the influence and another for burglary when he tried to steal back his car from a towing yard. This is a HOF performance, just not the kind he was hoping for.