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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news & links for July 1, 2015

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Daily Villanova links.

Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaay! No word on that football commitment yet but I know it's out there. What is it with kids these days and NOT announcing this kind of thing on Twitter? Serious troll job if you ask me.

And now, the "news."

Wherever You Go | Ignite Change Go Nova
Check out how Villanova students brought the power of communication to a remote village in Ghana!

The 10 Most Underrated Law Schools | Bloomberg Business
Villanova is one of the 10 most underrated law schools in the U.S. according to this story.

Howard Washington Jr. commits to Butler | Indy Star
Washington, a Top 100 prospect, formerly had some Villanova interest that never really came to anything. A nice pickup for the Bulldogs.

Maverick Rowan cuts his list down to three | Rumble In The Garden
The Red Storm is in a very solid position for the talented wing shooter who is reclassifying into the 2015 class.

Georgios Papagiannis will decide soon | Rumble In The Garden
Papagiannis is still an option, according to Draft Express. North Carolina State, Kentucky and St. John's in the mix. Decision expected soon.

Tennessee coach Rick Barnes addresses accusations against Texas | CollegeBasketballTalk
Rick Barnes spoke publicly for the first time about accusations levied against Texas.

John Calipari talking with Kings about head coach and GM job, per report | A Sea Of Blue
The Kings are making a push for John Calipari, and he's reportedly talking with them about the offer. Calipari has since denied any talks about a position in Sacramento.

Revel Wins Approval of Plan Bringing Bankruptcy to a Close | Bloomberg Business
"It’s a Kumbaya hearing today," Revel AC Inc. attorney Michael Viscount told a judge at a hearing Monday in Trenton, New Jersey. Anytime you can use Kumbaya, you gotta do it.

Battling Brittle Bones ... With Broccoli and Spinach? | health.am
Villanova Engineering professor Ani Ural part of research that will surprise you.

Why this is a golden age for women's sports on television | Medium
ESPN market reserach suggests the largest demographic watching female sports is...MEN AGED 55 AND OLDER!