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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for October 9, 2014

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Daily Villanova links.

Happy Thursday, 'Nova Nation! I was a big Reggie Redding fan was he was donning the blue and white, and I figured he would have a pretty good career in Europe. ICYMI, Redding and Alba Berlin took out the World Champion San Antonio Spurs yesterday. And from all accounts Redding played pretty well.

And even better, you can play as Reggie Redding in NBA 2K15! That might be the bigger story here. Maybe it's just me.

And now, the "news."

Colleges say no to Radnor's payment in lieu of taxes request | Main Line Media News
Villanova, Eastern and Cabrini have just said no to a request from township officials that the schools make voluntary contributions to the township, sometimes called payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT).

Who Is Joe Clancy, the New Secret Service Acting Director? | US News
The Villanova Alumn is the former agent in charge of protecting Obama once faced off with the North Korean army. Really.

Tyus Battle to Cut List by High School Season | ZagsBlog.com
Go ahead and freak out - Villanova isn't mentioned.

Former college athletes sue broadcasters | USA TODAY
Lawsuit argues that waiver form signed by college athletes is invalid or unenforceable.

Marquette announces that Gabe Levin will leave the program | CollegeBasketballTalk
Gabe Levin didn't even make it through a semester at Marquette before leaving the program.

Programs on the rise and the decline | CollegeBasketballTalk
Five programs expected to take a step forward, and five more that will take a step back this season.

Big Score for Georgia Tech, After Alumnus Wins Bid for a Relic | NYTimes.com
Ryan Schneider, who paid $40,388 for the ball from Georgia Tech’s 220-0 rout of Cumberland 98 years ago, plans to present it to the university.