Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! Great profile on Darryl Reynolds from Mike Jensen below. Reynolds was always going to have to step into more major minutes this year since The Chef is gone, and now that's amplified a bit more since Omari Spellman won't be suiting up.
Do you think he's up for it?
And now, the "new."
Off Campus: Reynolds stepping into some big shoes | Philly.com
Darryl Reynolds looked around the locker room in Houston. Right away, celebration in full swing, Reynolds thought about the guys who were leaving and how important they were to Villanova, and not just the obvious names. He also couldn't help thinking ahead, right in the room, seeing all the guys who would be back. - Mike Jensen, Philadelphia Inquirer
NFA grad Forbes excelling at running back for Villanova | recordonline.com
Aaron Forbes was surprised when he walked into his first college football postgame news conference last Saturday. He sat next to Villanova coach Andy Talley and captain Tanoh Kpassagnon. A pool of more than six reporters started rifling questions as cameras shined on Forbes.
Bednarczyk totals 4 TDs, Villanova dominates Elon 42-7 | CSN Philly
Zack Bednarczyk threw for 270 yards, rushed for 59 yards and totalled four touchdowns in Villanova's 42-7 beatdown of Elon in CAA play.
Sutton resident gives $1 million to Villanova School of Business | telegram.com
A Sutton man has gifted the Villanova School of Business in Pennsylvania with $1 million to establish an endowed directorship in the school’s Center for Church Management.
Michigan lined up in a bizarre 11-man I-formation to confuse Wisconsin | For The Win
This is definitely not a legal formation, guys.
José Fernández killed by trauma, not drowning, reports say | Mashable
José Fernández — the Miami Marlins pitcher who died early Sunday in a boating accident — was killed by trauma, not drowning, authorities said Monday.
Restaurant Makes Genius Menu To Deal With Difficult Kids | Bored Panda
Parents know how frustrating kids become when they won't eat. For every attempt they make, children have an answer to refuse with. However, one deli in Altoona has a solution.