Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Today is Holy War day, so make sure you're out of work on time for that commute home or to your local watering hole (or hopefully your local alumni gamewatch) to watch the 'Cats beat down on their noisy neighbors for the third straight year.
I talked myself out of the possibility that this is a scary game yesterday, so full speed ahead!
And now, the "news."
St. Joe's vs. Villanova: Five things to watch in the Holy War | City of Basketball Love
The 73rd installment of the Holy War will take place Tuesday night at Hagan Arena as No. 8 Villanova visits St. Joseph’s.
Villanova-St. Joe's a wholly competitive matchup | Philly.com
The Wildcats are leading the nation in defensive efficiency while the Hawks are much-improved offensively.
Villanova Wildcats vs. Saint Joseph's Hawks Preview | CBSSports.com
Villanova went unbeaten in the opening month of a season for the third straight time despite poor 3-point shooting.
St. Joe's-Nova: Hawks' Demery finds his role | Philly.com
Yes, it's early, but since the Holy War is upon us, eighth-ranked Villanova visiting St. Joseph's Tuesday at Hagan Arena, it's not too early to note tonight's home team is a different team this season, so far a better team.
St. Joe’s Off To Strong 4-1 Start | CBS Philly
Phil Martelli's squad is 4-1 on the season as they prepare to host Big 5 rival Villanova on Tuesday night.
College Basketball Talk’s Top 25: Xavier, Syracuse, Texas A&M are big winners | CollegeBasketballTalk
Here is this week's NBCSports.com Top 25. Villanova-Oklahoma should provide a shakeup next week.
Illinois’ injury woes continue as starting center needs knee surgery | CollegeBasketballTalk
Is this program snakebitten or what? I pray this never happens to Villanova.
Georgia got tired of class and 10-win seasons | SBNation.com
This is pretty much how I imagine the day Andy Talley leaves. The grass is not always greener, and there had better be a good plan.
The Piesman Trophy Ballot is LIVE! | SBNation.com
63 great plays by linemen showing off their athleticism. But only one can win.