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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for November 18, 2014

Daily Villanova links.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Well, that was a beatdown last night. No two ways about it. Y'all were right, they shouldn't be on the schedule. Oh well. On to Bucknell on Thursday night!

Reminder: Payton Pritchard is announcing his commitment today at 12:50pm ET. Remember to keep it classy if it doesn't go our way.

And now, the "news."

New Season of "Talking Villanova Basketball with Jay Wright" Begins Dec. 1 | Official Athletic Site Official Athletic Site - Men's Basketball
The new season of the Talking Villanova Basketball with Jay Wright radio program begins on Monday, Dec. 1 from J.D. McGillicuddy's in Wayne, Pa. Villanova Athletics Partners with Ticket Marketplace Vivid Seats | Official Athletic Site
Well, let's hope the season ticket holders take advantage of this.

Nothing like a good Villanova-Albany coach beef over senior walk-on 'running up score' | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
And now the local media are starting to pick up this story. Wonder if it's made its way up to Albany? Brian gets a nice shoutout here for his article.

Why walk ons should be celebrated | Banners On The Parkway
Piggybacking the Fred O'Connor story: Walk ons perform hard labor and thankless tasks for nothing more than one chance to live a dream.

Harvey Mudd & Villanova among colleges experimenting with 'flipped' classes | LA Times
Instructors at Harvey Mudd College, a school known for its science and engineering experiments, are studying a new group of subjects: their students.

Durand Johnson suspended for entire 2014-15 Pitt basketball season | Cardiac Hill
The big news broke just before Pitt's opener against Niagara

TV anchor wears same suit for year, no one notices | New York Post
Meanwhile, Jay Wright wears a different suit every game for a year and EVERYONE notices.

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