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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for February 19, 2014

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Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring Arch's game winner, getting to the Final 4 the old fashioned way, and the 76ers make a great gesture.

Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaay! What a win last night! A little too stressful for me considering I was just trying to decompress after a crazy weekend, but I'll take it. I was surprised to see how many of the game thread attendees immediately went for the "we deserve to lose" line in regulation.

News flash - Villanova played their asses off 2 days after getting stomped and traveling 1500 miles back to the east coast - with 10 extra minutes of game time no less. There's no "deserve to lose" in that effort.

And now the "news."

Ryan Arcidiacono saves Villanova in double OT | SBNation.com
In case you wanted to watch the game winner on Vine's never-ending loop. Because why wouldn't you? Also this is one of the few times Dick Stockton got Arch's name right.

Villanova basketball: a potential Final 4 team with no true NBA talent | TheSportsBank.net
Daniel Ochefu scoffs at the suggestion. So does Ryan ArchiDOGEacono.

Tiernan's 5000 Meters Time Is Indoor School Record | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Freshman distance runner Patrick Tiernan (Toowoomba, Australia) set an indoor school record in the 5000 meters at the Iowa State Classic last weekend. Tiernan registered a time of 13:37.73 at Lied Recreation Center and broke the previous Villanova mark of 13:38.3 which Sydney Maree set nearly 33 years ago.

Kane Named to Weekly Honor Roll | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
For her efforts last week in two games, senior guard Devon Kane earned a spot on the Big East Conference Weekly Honor Roll. This is the fourth time this year that she has been named to the conference Honor Roll.

Next generation of ticket-holder a concern as students don't show up for college football games | ESPN
Despite cheap tickets, student no-shows at football games are a concern for colleges, who worry about losing the next generation of boosters.

76ers sign Kevin Grow, high-schooler with Down syndrome, to 2-day contract | SBNation.com
Grow, who has Down syndrome, came off the bench to score a bunch of points for his high school team.