Hosted by Emmy-nominated broadcaster Kevin Burkhardt, SUPER NOVA gives fans the chance to relive the emotional victory through the eyes of social media, while an exclusive all-access feature takes fans inside head coach Jay Wright’s program. SUPER NOVA also includes a profile on Final Four Most Outstanding Player Ryan Arcidiacono, the team’s senior leader whose Villanova roots run deep, as well as a feature on the 1985 Wildcats, which won the school’s first NCAA title and laid the roots for a successful program. Jenkins, the hero of Monday’s championship game, joins via satellite for a Q&A, plus the show features footage from Friday’s victory parade and other video from the team’s celebration.
Our friends over at Crossing Broad are celebrating Villanova's National Championship with a choice quote from Jay Wright. "Bang!" is what the coach said as Kris Jenkins released his buzzer-beating three-pointer. Order one now.
Christian Laettner is known for many things at Duke, but probably the most prominent is for hitting the last-second shot that sent the Blue Devils to the 1992 Final Four. Today he passed the crown on to Mr. Jenkins. Bravo!
UPDATED: Event Information Stadium Gates will be open to the public at 3:30pm (ADA spectators can enter through Gate 8). All spectators can park in the Main Lot across the street from the Stadium (Rear Pavilion Lot reserved for ADA parking). This event is FREE for all those who attend.
Villanova is your National Champion, you most likely listened to the game on TBS or truTV, but true Wildcat fans probably yearn for the opportunity to hear their own announcer, Ryan Fannon on the call.
Well, here you go...