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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for May 14, 2014

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Daily 'Nova links, today featuring Georgetown under fire, Radnor's lost cause, and the NCAA in boiling water.

Huuuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaaaay! You know how I said I was going to get this out at 6am? Obviously, I lied. It wasn't my intent to lie, but when the Rangers beat the Penguins in Pittsburgh and your future brother in-law is visiting from college, things have a tendency to spiral out of control rather quickly.

And now, the "news."

"The Exorcist" author goes after Georgetown | The Washington Post
William Blatty says Georgetown U. is not Catholic enough; the Vatican says it will consider the issue “seriously.”

Radnor BOC approves lawyer for Ethics Board, hears update on trails | Main Line Media News
With the recusal of the Radnor Township solicitor from his advisory position with the township Ethics Board, the Board of Commissioners voted Monday to appoint a new lawyer to advise that board.

Ed O'Bannon judge denies NCAA's women's sports argument |
NCAA objected to ruling that it could not argue that providing money to lower-level sports is a reason to prohibit football and men's basketball players from being paid. NCAA still has three pending motions to delay or reshape June 9 trial.

Stephen Colbert takes down the Michael Sam kiss controversy |
"Holding. Unnecessary tenderness."

Citi Field's Shake Shack gave both Ryne Sandberg and Lucas Duda food poisoning |
MetsFood, like the Mets, is contaminated.