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We should know more by Monday afternoon.

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! A fourth straight win over Delaware may have come at a costly price with everyone anxiously awaiting the severity of the PCL injury that John Robertson sustained late in the game. With what should be a bit of a break this week against Penn (and it's a short week), it'd be stunning to see Robertson in uniform.

Zach Bednarczyk looked excellent in relief and didn't fold under pressure - now we will likely get a chance to see him for a full game this Thursday night.

And now, the "news."

Robertson hurt as Villanova comes from behind to beat Delaware | Philly.com
There have been some questions about when the Villanova offense would begin to click. And after a come-from-behind, 28-21 victory in the Wildcats' home-opener Saturday against Delaware, there are now even bigger questions.

Late Goals Help Men's Soccer Down Stony Brook 2-1 | Villanova.com
Villanova (4-2-0) and Stony Brook appeared headed to overtime Sunday before a play in Stony Brook's end wound up in the Seawolves' goal after strong work from Padraic McCullaugh and Will Steiner.

Volleyball Wins the Big 5 Challenge With Wins Over La Salle, Temple Villanova.com
The Villanova volleyball team continued its winning ways with a three win weekend in the Philadelphia Big 5 Challenge.

A Villanova inventor learns the ways of crowd-funding | Philly.com
With just 10 days left on his Kickstarter campaign and still two-thirds of the way to go to his goal of $15,000, Edmond Dougherty was a humbled professor when we met recently on the Villanova University campus.

86-0 and nothing counts | College Football
The Valparaiso Crusaders beat a team 86-0 Saturday, and it just doesn't matter. Not even one stat, nor the win.

Watch Dabo Swinney Try to Whip, Try to Nae Nae | Lost Lettermen
The Clemson head coach was so excited he tried to "Whip" and "Nae Nae" in the locker room with his players. "Tried" being the operative word.