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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for June 25th, 2014

Daily 'Nova links, today featuring student meal plans, Jalen Brunson and Team USA, and biters.

Huuuuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaaaay! Just one more day until the United States takes on Germany, and one more day until I experience my third two-hour panic attack in the past 10 days. The World Cup is held every 4 years because it is detrimental to a person's health. Don't believe anything else.

And now, the "news."

Get to know Germany, terrifying soccer death machine |
The Germans' biggest problem is there aren't enough positions for all their world-class players.

Student Meal Plans | Villanova Dining Services
Register online by the June 25th deadline and you'll automatically be entered into a drawing to receive a free unlimited meal plan for the fall semester.

Villanova target Jalen Brunson helps USA reach final |
Want to get a look at Jalen Brunson? Last night was your chance.

10 ways to watch both World Cup games at the same time |
Simultaneous World Cup games is tough to consume, but awesome if done properly. Here is our guide of the best ways to enjoy both games at the same damn time.

National Science Foundation Awards $548,273 Grant to Support Research in Villanova University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a grant of $548,273 to Dennis Wykoff, PhD, the Dennis M. Cook Gregor Mendel Chair in Genetics in the Department of Biology in Villanova University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, to support his research project in the College.

Which teams could actually sign LeBron James? |
In theory, LeBron could sign anywhere as a free agent. In reality, these are the teams that are most likely to make a serious play for King James.

You shouldn't bite people |
Uruguay's Luis Suarez apparently bit another player Tuesday afternoon. Here are four reasons why biting people is no good.

Longhorns’ AD Patterson goes on the offensive | SportsBusiness Daily
From his suite at the College World Series, Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson wondered aloud last week how many college baseball programs would survive if antitrust lawsuits ultimately reinvent the college model and create an open market for schools to pay athletes and treat them as employees.

Every top NBA Draft prospect in one Venn diagram |
Enjoy a semi-comprehensible chart depicting the skills of the top 2014 prospects.