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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for August 8, 2014

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Daily links, today featuring surprise visits, a possible football transfer, and say no to tortillas.

TGIF, 'Nova Nation! So that Donovan Mitchell news sucks. I only take solace in the fact that I truly do believe that Jalen Brunson is plan A. That's all I really have to say. On to the next one.

And now, the "news."

Best Moment in Villanova Basketball History: Scottie Reynolds sends Villanova to the Final Four with a shot for the ages | Big East Coast Bias
Or you know, 1985 when we won the National Championship. But to each his own.

VIDEO: Jay Wright, Ryan Arcidiacono visit basketball camp at Council Rock North | Bucks County Courier Times
Two of Bucks County's brightest home-grown basketball stars, Villanova coach Jay Wright and point guard Ryan Arcidiacono, made a surprise visit on Wednesday to the youth basketball camp run by Derek Wright, Jay's younger brother and head boys coach at Council Rock North. Formerly PhillyBurbs

Brendan Nosovitch considering a transfer | David Cloninger | Go Gamecocks
If Brendan Nosovitch doesn't settle on a position switch, he will leave South Carolina’s football team. Could the Allentown Catholic quarterback come to Villanova and reunite with former teammate Kevin Gulyas?

Penn State head coach Patrick Chambers gives walk-on a scholarship [VIDEO] | CollegeBasketballTalk
Kevin Montminy has played in 39 games during his three seasons as a walk-on at Penn State. He'll play his final season on scholarship.

BIG EAST Hires Debbie Williamson As Women’s Basketball Supervisor of Officials | SportsPageMagazine.com
NEW YORK – The BIG EAST Conference announced the hiring of Debbie Williamson as Supervisor of Officials for women’s basketball. Williamson comes to the BIG EAST from the NCAA, most recently serving as the national coordinator of women’s basketball officiating and secretary-rules editor.

ASU's Sun Devil Stadium bans tortillas | SBNation.com
Confirmed: Arizona State hates fun, happiness.