Huuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaay! Nothing like a nice easy win over DePaul to get you through the week. Seriously though, they gots to go.
In other news, Xavier went down at Creighton last night (they shot poorly from 3, let's crucify them!) which gives your #1 Villanova Wildcats a comfortable 2-game cushion at the top of the Big East. These are good times we live in, my friends.
And now, the "news."
How Villanova Can Make Deep March Run | Seth Davis' X-Factors
Villanova is the No.1 team in the country but has failed to make a deep March run since 2009. In this edition of "Seth Davis' X-Factors Powered By XYIENCE," Seth evaluates the Wildcats' chances to change that, why Arizona is a threat in the Pac-12 and how Kansas can win a twelfth straight Big 12 regular season title.
Observations: Villanova could be at home throughout the tournament | CBSSports.com
If Villanova can keep things rolling, they have a clear path to some home-court advantage come NCAA Tournament time.
'Novawhelming! Dick Jerardi, Mike Kern weigh-in on the No. 1 Wildcats | Philly.com
Dick Jerardi and Mike Kern had a talk about the Wildcats - where they've been, where they're going, and how they might compare to some of the great Jay Wright teams of the recent past.
College Basketball Power Rankings | ESPN
See if this sounds familiar: There is a new No. 1!
Temple Announces Sellout With Top-Ranked Villanova | OwlSports.com
Student tickets are still available the night of the contest on a first-come, first-serve basis. Doors open for students starting at 5:30 pm.
Measuring continuity | KenPom Blog
There’s a new stat on the team scouting report for you: Continuity. Although it’s more of a storytelling stat, it seems like something that should be tracked by someone. The issue is deciding how to measure it.
This is the year seniors took back college basketball | SBNation.com
Great seniors are everywhere this year. It's time to take notice.
A college basketball guide for diehard football fans | SBNation.com
Love football? Like post-Super Bowl college basketball and want to be educated before the NCAA Tournament starts? We're here, bruh.
What's next for Temple football's stadium aspirations? | NJ.com
At its meeting Monday, Temple University's Board of Trustees OK'd design, usage and environmental impact studies pertaining to the college's controversial plans for a 35,000-seat football stadium.