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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for February 24, 2014

Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring

Happy Monday, VU Hoopsters! I've still not seen any video of the nailbiter over St. John's on Saturday afternoon, so spare me if I'm extra giddy this week a we continue our assault on the Big East minus Creighton. No game until Wednesday night when vs. Butler is a sad thought, however.

At least you aren't the guy in the first link below...or does this guy frequent our establishment?

And now, the "news."

Fan Throws Pizza At Usher, Gets Ejected From Villanova-St. John's Game | Deadspin
We've all been there: you get up to grab some pizza and when you try to head back to your seats, the usher tells you to go a different way. So you throw your pizza at the usher. You have to get back to your kids with your pizza and the usher is being unreasonable. Your hands are basically tied at that point, you have to throw the pizza in his face.

Poppin' Bubbles: St. John's heartbreak, and Georgetown helps itself |
You would think St. John's is on the outside looking in while Georgetown just moved on to the right side of the bubble after this read. It'll be interesting to see if one or both make it in - it will say a lot about what the committee values because they have wildly different resumes.

Lots of Rhyme, Very Little Reason: THE SCHOOL FOR LIES at Villanova Theatre | Stage Magazine
Villanova University’s Vasey Hall is alive with frivolity as the Theatre Department presents THE SCHOOL FOR LIES, David Ives’ pithy adaptation of Molière’s farce The Misanthrope

Jim Boeheim's spectacular ejection |
Jim Boeheim had a personal moment. We had some fun with it.

Sunday Shootaround: Now Sam Hinkie and the Sixers face the difficult work of a rebuild |
#Longform alert. After detonating the roster, Sam Hinkie faces the more difficult task of building something new in Philadelphia.

Some really good news for fans of old-school Big 5 roll-outs, or student secion improvements generally:

We'll have more on this development soon...