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The Sun's Arizin: John Robertson is still trying to help the 'Cats win

The ex-Nova quarterback hasn't hung up his "V" just yet...

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John Robertson may be rehabbing an injured knee and working toward a potential future try-out in the NFL, but the fifth-year senior hasn't left the Wildcats program just yet. He was out on the field acting as an unofficial quarterbacks coach for the new Freshman starter and backup. The struggling Wildcats can certainly use any extra help they can get on the gridiron right now.

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John Robertson still part of the program at Villanova |
It would have been easy for John Robertson to sleep in and catch a few extra Zs, something he has been unable to do during football season for the last four years.

Greg Sankey will have the most influence on college hoops this season | ESPN
From Dana O'Neil: As the chair of the NCAA's Committee on Infractions, Greg Sankey will play an important role in determining North Carolina's fate.

Pitt Must Upgrade Inferior Schedule |
Pittsburgh Panthers football, basketball, and recruiting

Inside College Sports: Will schools lock facilities to help players study? -
Do athletes have enough time to study in college? Perhaps if schools close off facilities at certain hours, they'll have more of an opportunity to stay off the field and in their books. CBS Sports' national college football writer Jon Solomon explores the topic deeper in his weekly column.

Eagles QB Mark Sanchez, #NovaFB attend CHOP's homecoming |
Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez put down the playbook and put on his sport coat for the homecoming dance at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He was joined by the Saint Joe's University acapella group, the Villanova Football team and Eagles cheerleaders Friday night.

Boston College Could Not Spike Ball, Lost 3-0 To Wake Forest | The Big Lead
It COULD BE WORSE, #NovaFB fans...

Pitt Must Upgrade Inferior Schedule |
Pittsburgh Panthers football, basketball, and recruiting

Speaking of spiking mishaps... | Deadspin
Hapless Rutgers somehow found themselves with a shot to tie up fourth-ranked Michigan State and force overtime in New Jersey. But that shot was wasted when confusion reigned and quarterback Chris Laviano spiked the ball instead of organizing a hail mary attempt. It’s as if for 59 minutes and 50 seconds, the Scarlet Knights performed like a competent football team; in the final moments, they kept it real.

If you're the University of Texas' president, here are the emails you get about your terrible AD |
The former Texas AD is gone now, but let's take a look at the legacy he left behind in his boss' inbox.

Punkin Chunkin canceled for second straight year
The event struggled to find an insurer to adquately protect venue, organization, fans and spectators.

Chris Burns: Why it's finally time for me to come out as a gay D1 basketball coach | Outsports
Chris Burns has held the secret that he's gay from everyone in college basketball. In an Outsports exclusive, the Bryant Univ. basketball coach writes about relationships, fear, community and finding his truth.