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The Sun's Arizin: Can the Big East become dominant again?

It's nice to have a TV partner that is willing to give the coaches airtime.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Last week FOX hosted the Big East coaches out west in Los Angeles and has been releasing content they put together. In the lead story below Jay Wright, Ed Cooley, Chris Mack and Kevin Willard talk about whether or not the Big East can become dominant again.

Recruiting strategies and the impact of social media are the main conversational pieces, and Jay gets a nod as the best dressed coach in college basketball. It's a bit of a stretch from a topic point of you, but it's nice to have a TV partner willing to put this stuff together.

And now, the "news."

Can BIG EAST be the most dominant conference in basketball? | FOX Sports
Coaches Jay Wright, Ed Cooley, Chris Mack and Kevin Willard discuss their conference's growing presence in college basketball.

Casiem Drummond agreed terms with Tromso | eurobasket
Drummond just graduated from Georgetown College.

Butterflier Micaela Grassi Verbally Commits to Villanova Wildcats | SwimSwarm
"From the moment I stepped foot on the Villanova campus I felt completely at home. I chose Villanova because I fell in love with the team, the coaching staff, and the school itself. I cannot wait to be a Wildcat next year!"

Men's Golf Sits Tied for 15th Place after 36 Holes at Laurel Hill |
The Villanova men's golf team currently sits tied for 15th place at the Patriot Intercollegiate, a tournament hosted by George Mason University at the Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Va.

2016 point guard Maliek White commits to Providence | Big East Coast Bias
The 3-star point guard from Virginia is the Friars' first commitment in 2016.

Pat Croce's Former Villanova Estate Takes Another Price Cut |
Will Pat Croce's former estate in Villanova finally sell? It can be yours for $3.5M!

Too Late for a Basketball Prodigy, Paterson Seeks a Truce | The New York Times
After Armoni Sexton, 15, was fatally shot in Paterson, N.J., community leaders met with representatives of neighborhoods with a decades-old quarrel and told them: Let’s end this.