Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaaay! Well, that was quite the night of hoops. Remember all that talk about Georgetown ramping up the offensive speed and trying to modernize? I didn’t see a ton of that, personally, but apparently it’s a thing!
So much so that The Ringer penned an article about it! And guess who they’re trying to copy?
And now, the "news."
The New Nova | The Ringer
For the past decade, Georgetown’s been the storied program with the sorry NCAA tournament results. But a postseason-less 2015 and a national title for a conference rival may have jolted the Hoyas into making some much-needed changes.
Andy Talley Previews Twelfth Week on CAA Football Teleconference Call | Villanova.com
During the final weekly CAA Football teleconference of the regular season on Monday, Villanova head coach Andy Talley gave his thoughts on the Wildcats loss against JMU and how the team is preparing for a road game at Delaware.
Delaware welcomes 50th football clash with Villanova | Delaware Online
Both teams have plenty of incentive for Saturday's 50th Delaware-Villanova football meeting at Delaware Stadium.
UD and Villanova have a lot to play for Saturday | WDEL 101.7 FM
Delaware football coach Dennis Dottin-Carter says he was proud of his team in the way they conducted their "business trip" on Saturday, taking on the Richmond Spiders, in what would be a 31-17 loss.
Grayson Allen, Ivan Rabb highlight Wooden Award watch list | ESPN
Duke junior Grayson Allen and Cal sophomore Ivan Rabb highlight the first Wooden Award watch list of the 2016-17 season.
Former Nova Bank CEO Brian Hartline sentenced to 14 months in prison | Philadelphia Business Journal
Along with the bank's chairman, he was found guilty in April of defrauding the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) of $13.5 million.
Villanova Asks Professors to Discuss Postelection Tensions in Class | The Chronicle of Higher Education
Amid a spate of racially charged and hate-motivated incidents on campuses since last week, the university stands out for urging its faculty to allow students to speak up.