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The Sun's Arizin: Injuries may become an issue for Villanova Basketball

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Here we go!

Happy Thursday, 'Nova Nation! Well, not so happy as I write this. First Tim Delaney, not Darryl Reynolds is going to the medics for a further look at his foot. Villanova has been done in by injuries in the past, but has been relatively free of this sort of trouble the past few years. Already down one frontcourt player, the loss of Reynolds for an extended period would cause some trouble.

Considering how much the Wildcats have dominated without a reliable backup to Ochefu in recent seasons, they won't nosedive here. But with the schedule toughening up in December it's not the ideal time to lose a spoke in the wheel. Fingers crossed for a good diagnosis!

And now, the "news."

College basketball's best from the month of November | SBNation.com
Have a strong opinion about the most impressive DePaul loss of the young season? This is the place to speak your mind.

Caroline Coyer Earns Big Five Player of the Week Honors | Villanova.com
Villanova University senior guard Caroline Coyer (Oak Hill, Va.) has been named the Philadelphia Big Five Womens Basketball Player of the Week, in addition to earning a spot on the Big East weekly honor roll.

Villanova Women’s Volleyball Heads To NCAA Tourney | CBS Philly
The 25-8 Wildcats will take on Dayton in the first round on Friday at Penn State's Rec Hall.

Butler's Roosevelt Jones beats Cincinnati at the buzzer after full court pass | SBNation.com
Big time shot by a big time player.

Ben Bentil is giving Kris Dunn the sidekick he desperately needed at Providence | SBNation.com
Kris Dunn can't do it himself. With the emergence of Providence sophomore Ben Bentil, he doesn't have to.

The Ivy League likely to add a conference tournament for 2016-17 - CBSSports.com
Ivy League officials are more seriously than ever considering creating an annual conference tournament for men's basketball that could be in place in time for the 2016-17 season, multiple sources told CBS Sports on Wednesday.

No, Hawaii isn't going to drop football in the near future. Here's why | SBNation.com
It appears likely one of the country's most challenged programs will remain in FBS.

Notes From the Underground: The faux battle for the secret crown of New York | SBNation.com
Boxing for trust fund babies and beautiful people. #Longform alert!