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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Football coach Andy Talley excited about his final recruiting class

Talley has left the cupboard fully stocked for Mark Ferrante.

Happy Thursday, 'Nova Nation! Not sure why I was nervous without Creighton. Some leftover tremors from a couple seasons ago, I guess. But man, are they bad on defense. Hopefully that kickstarts the shooting for the Wildcats, who were more than happy to bomb the Bluejays back to Omaha.

Some nice links to finish up our Signing Day coverage for football for you today. I'm headed out west to snowboard for the weekend and celebrate my birthday, so I will be off the grid until next week. Don't drink all the good stuff while I'm gone!

And now, the "news."

Talley hopeful about his last Villanova class |
Next season will be Villanova football coach Andy Talley's 32nd and last with the Wildcats before he steps aside so that longtime assistant Mark Ferrante can finally get his shot. So by now he pretty much knows that when it comes to recruiting classes, you can feel as good as you want on signing day but you never really know for sure until they actually start playing for your program.

'Nova QB recruit John Schetelich 'looking forward to the challenge' |
Since Villanova's football program was restored at the FCS level in 1985, coach Andy Talley has had no shortage of prolific quarterbacks to work with.

Kresge hopes to win placekicking job at Villanova | Reading Eagle
Daniel Boone senior will be a preferred walk-on for the Wildcats, but he's got an eye towards a starting job.

Pro golfer sinks 94-foot basketball court putt to win college student $25,000 |
Stewart Cink. Legend.

Why I Tailgate, by Professional Tailgater Michael Mina | Eater
The San Francisco chef's love for football and outdoor cooking has led to the country's most epic, members-only tailgate at Levi's Stadium.