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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news & links for July 20, 2015

Daily link roundup.

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! Today is a good day, as we wake up to golf on television for the fifth straight day. Play all tournaments east of the Atlantic I say! Also, the Villanova contingent at The Tournament beat the Georgetown squad yesterday to advance - their dreams of $1 million are alive!

And now, the "news."

Now at Villanova, Great Valley grad Bridges giving back |
On Friday afternoon, Bridges stopped by Ball Beyond Basketball Camp at the Westtown School to speak to the campers about the importance of giving it their all, on and off the basketball court.

Villanova's Coyer in gold medal game at Pan Am Games |
It took a while for it to really sink in for Villanova's Caroline Coyer that she's part of the U.S. basketball team at the Pan Am Games. It has now, especially since she's just one win away from coming back to the Main Line with a gold medal around her neck.

NCAA post-graduate transfers proliferating | Inquirer
As often as 10 times a year, graduated players with basketball eligibility remaining would contact Jay Wright to see whether a final season at Villanova might make sense.

Tall point guards are the future of basketball |
Class of 2016 high school stars De'Aaron Fox and Troy Brown are the latest in an emerging line of oversized playmakers that will soon take over the highest levels of the game.

Pioneer Football League drops megaton hammer and postseason ban on Jacksonville | CollegeFootballTalk
The offense? Financial-aid violations.

Paul Dunne would miss out on $1.8 million payday if he wins the British Open |
Dunne is an amateur and not eligible for any prize money.

Surfer fights off shark during competition in South Africa |
A shark slides up to surfer Mick Fanning, perhaps to congratulate him on a fine run.