Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! Another Big East title is wrapped up, and so Villanova won't have much stress this week with DePaul and Georgetown at home. Instead we get to over-analyze the crap out of their performances heading in to the Big East Tournament and March Madness.
(So more of the same).
Speaking of that, Daniel Ochefu had a fantastic game on Saturday against Marquette. It's nice to see that he, and his teammates and coaches, feel like he's finding his game again after the injury issues. Villanova doesn't need him to be dominant in March, but they do need him to be confident. Success will follow that.
And now, the "news."
Daniel Ochefu finding form at right time for No. 1 Villanova | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Senior big man Daniel Ochefu has fought back from injuries this season to become a key part of No. 1 Villanova's attack at the perfect time of year.
Villanova remains on track for top NCAA Tournament seed | Philly.com
Assuming Villanova wins its final regular-season games this week, on campus against DePaul (9-19) and at the Wells Fargo Center against Georgetown (14-15), Dick Jerardi thinks it is going to be very difficult to keep them out of the East's No. 1 seed regardless of what goes down in the Big East Tournament.
Villanova really drawing the crowds | Philly.com
At last report, Villanova’s basketball team does not include any rock musicians on its roster, but the Wildcats still have been drawing throngs of fans this season on the road.
Women's Swimming/Diving Captures Third Consecutive BIG EAST Crown | Villanova.com
For the third straight season, the Villanova womens swimming and diving team were crowned BIG EAST Champions Saturday night following another historic performance in the pool.
Xavier may have lost 1-seed, but helps Big East | ESPN
Xavier saw its chances for a No. 1 seed disappear in a loss to a desperate Seton Hall team, which may have punched its ticket to the NCAA tournament.
BYU basketball notebook: Like fathers like sons during Thursday's game | Deseret News
Former Villanova star and national champion Harold Pressley was in attendance during Thursday's BYU vs. Portland game when he ran into a familiar face from his playing career.
Shout Out To This Guy Who Got Drunk And Decided To Legally Change His Name To Bacon Double Cheeseburger | Barstool Sports
In the list of life’s regrets, this shockingly isn’t one. A British man decided to legally change his name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger as a show of his undying love of the sandwich.