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

Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring Bell's future, Cox's NFL draft prospects, and the NCAA & drug suspensions.

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! At some point this week, I'll put together a few words on Donte DiVincenzo's debut on the EYBL circuit, but today I want to call attention to the latest NCAA drama - Mitch McGary's pot suspension that effectively ended his college career.

Take a look at the last few articles below, and share your thoughts.

And now, the "news."

Nova Notebook: With Commencement Looming, Bell Looks Forward to Next Step | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Four weeks have passed since James Bell and the Wildcats completed the 2013-14 season in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Bell has now turned his focus to University Commencement and preparing for the next phase of his basketball journey.

NFL Analyst Mike Mayock praises Rakim Cox |
Mayock thinks that if Cox doesn't get drafted late, he'll become a priority free agent - essentially, he's got a great shot to be on a roster next year.

Jon Horford to transfer to Florida from Michigan, Jeff Goodman reports | Alligator Army
Florida needs depth in its frontcourt in 2014-15. It will get that in transfer Jon Horford. Villanova needs depth in its frontcourt next season. It will not get it in Jon Horford.

Northwestern players' union votes are in: Now what? |
A look at the scenarios for the future, along with the controversy surrounding Northwestern's position on the day of the vote.

Michigan's Mitch McGary declares for NBA Draft in wake of marijuana suspension |
The talented forward had already sat out the majority of the 2013-14 season with back issues.

The NCAA's absurd drug rules in context |
If Michigan administered his test instead of the NCAA, Mitch McGary would have no suspension. Instead, he was suspended for a year.

The gateway hit |
The NCAA is catching hell from the usual corners for the year-long -- and effectively career-ending -- suspension handed to Michigan center Mitch McGary after he tested positive for marijuana. It deserves it, and more. That's all on its way.