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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for September 19, 2014

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TGIF, 'Nova Nation! I'm going to keep it short and sweet for you today as I'm hosting my sister this weekend in Atlanta and I need to get out of here early. I won't be around for much of the weekend so I leave you in the good hands of Brian for weekend football coverage.

Let's go out there and get a 'W' tomorrow vs. the Dukes!

And now, the "news."

No. 8 Villanova Opens CAA Play Saturday vs. JMU | CBS Philly
The No. 8 Villanova Wildcats will open Colonial Athletic Association play on Saturday as they welcome the James Madison Dukes to the Main Line on Saturday afternoon.

Villanova's Most Intriguing Big East Games | Big East Coast Bias
After winning their first outright conference title in 32 years, Villanova will look to do it again.

JMU football opens CAA play Saturday at Villanova | Augusta Free Press
JMU (2-1) and Villanova (1-1) will both open Colonial Athletic Association football play this weekend with a 12:30 p.m. kickoff at Villanova Stadium.

Traffic Information For Parents' Weekend Events | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Public Safety is creating a text group for use this weekend. Parents can text "VU EVENT" (without the quote marks) to 411-912 to receive informative up-to-the-minute texts about parking on campus and other important/emergency information.

Syracuse coach on not talking about Villanova: ‘Can we shake on it?’ | The Daily Orange
"But let’s not talk about Villanova ever again," Shafer said in the middle of his weekly press conference. "I know I brought it up first but let’s all agree to never talk about Villanova again.

The Philadelphia Eagles' Secret Coaches: Professors | WSJ
The Philadelphia Eagles are rolling because of a speedy offense, a smart coach in Chip Kelly—and a secret network of college professors from across the country. Of course.

Breaking Madden: De'Anthony Thomas, return man-god | SBNation.com
Chiefs rookie De'Anthony Thomas is on track to make his NFL debut Sunday. Breaking Madden celebrates his arrival.