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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for November 28, 2014

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Daily Villanova links.

TGIF, 'Nova Nation! Excuse my lateness again, the wifi is still an issue here in Connecticut so I ventured to a Starbucks to get you your links.

And now, the "news."

'Nova off and running for second straight year | Philly.com
The weather was a bit chillier in Brooklyn on Monday and Tuesday than it was in the Bahamas last year. But the forecast for the 12th-ranked Wildcats looked sunny.

Early hoop surprise: Big East | Providence Journal
The eye-opening wins, tournament hardware and renewed respect is piling up for the Big East Conference after only two weeks of the college basketball season.

Opportunity Missed: Georgetown Falls Just Short against #2 Wisconsin, 68-65 | Casual Hoya
The conference won't have the depth to compete for the best conference in the country, but it's looking more and more like 5 NCAA teams is going to happen.

Randy Foye to miss three weeks with a right quad injury | Sports Injury Alert
Right quad tear, to be specific. Ouch.

This kick to the face broke Gonzaga freshman Josh Perkins' jaw | SBNation.com
The highly touted freshman is going to have his jaw wired shut : (

Radnor: Colleges should help pay township bills | Philly.com
Rich in property wealth, Radnor Township reaps a harvest of tax dollars annually from its real estate, but from Villanova, Radnor collects a grand total of $0.00.

A Football Martyr | SBNation.com
#LongFormAlert In 1923, African-American lineman Jack Trice was killed in his second game for Iowa State. Decades later, he's become a football legend while the circumstances of his death remain a mystery.