Happy Tuesday, ‘Nova Nation! ICYMI it yesterday afternoon/evening, the Big 12 is officially not expanding. Not really a surprise when news broke late over the weekend that ESPN/Fox were willing to pay them NOT to expand.
What's that mean for UConn? Probably nothing, although it is notable because the Big East is apparently open to a reunion. One wonders if the Huskies eventually give up the Power 5 pipe dream (for now) and try to figure out a way to get their basketball program onto a higher platform.
And now, the "news."
Big 12 passes on expansion for now. Here’s why | SBNation.com
Well, that was much ado about nothing.
Big East X-factors: Villanova's Brunson could make Grayson Allen-like jump | CBSSports.com
Also keep your eye on the turnover situation at Georgetown, on both ends
Big East strengths, weaknesses: Xavier could be this year's Villanova | CBSSports.com
The Musketeers have five guys capable of taking over on any night
Villanova Comm Students Helping FOX's App | VU Media Room
This fall, Communication students in Villanova University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are partnering with FOX Sports University for the first time—giving the students an opportunity to connect their academic coursework with real-world application.
NCAA notice of allegations expected to be public Thursday | Courier Journal
The University of Louisville will receive the notice Tuesday and is expected to announce them Thursday, sources say.
NCAA reverses decision, grants Army war veteran waiver to play this season | CBSSports.com
After being denied the chance to play by the NCAA, Isaiah Brock can suit up forOakland this season
Adrianna Hahn Is The Hot Villanova Point Guard That Just Might Make Me Care About Basketball (Might) | CraveOnline
You're going to want to pay attention to Adrianna Hahn.
Nigel Hayes is the right athlete to protest the NCAA | SBNation.com
Wisconsin’s star forward is just another "broke college athlete." He knows he’s getting ripped off.
NBA youth guidelines: Don't focus on just basketball | SI.com
NBA, USA Basketball announced the first-ever youth basketball guidelines, including that kids should delay single-sport specialization in basketball u