Huuuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaay! Congrats to Villanova Football's Mark Ferrante, one of the absolute best on the staff, on his award for FCS Assistant Coach of the Year. Year in and year out, the offensive line seems to be one of the top units on the team despite constant turnover. Well deserved and a great honor!
And now, the "news."
Offensive Line Coach Mark Ferrante Named FCS Assistant Coach of the Year | Villanova.com
The Assistant Coach of the Year Award was first presented in 1997 and was created to honor assistant coaches who excel in community service, commitment to the student-athlete, on-field coaching success and AFCA professional organization involvement.
Cranford cruises past Chatham, crowned champs | MSG Varsity
Cranford's (and Villanova commit) Jack Schetelich accounted for six touchdowns in the Cougars' 50-23 victory over Chatham in the North 2, Group 3 championship. Schetelich will seriously challenge for NJ Player of the Year honors, finishing the season with 45 TDs and just 4 TOs.
Prepping for Preps: Catholic League Preview | City Basketball Love
It looks like a Roman Catholic vs. Neumann-Goretti battle once more in Philadelphia as both teams are loaded with D1 talent.
Ranking the 12 unbeaten teams and projecting when each will lose | The Dagger - Yahoo Sports
Not ready just yet to proclaim Xavier as the Big East's best team.
Villanova exposes major flaw in Pearl Harbor | NBCSports
In other words, the only thing flawed about Villanova right now is their unnecessary reliance on shooting dumb threes.
Radnor residents, township officials discuss Villanova University's plans to have armed police on campus | Main Line Media
I like to pile on Radnor, but there are a few decent points brought up here. I don't pretend to know if Villanova has thought this all through or not, but I certainly didn't think of it when the announcement was first made.
Who says Penn can't be a football school? | The Daily Pennsylvanian
Not only am I from the Lone Star State, but I may have a slight obsession with the place I call home.