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Villanova Basketball Coach Jay Wright is seeking offensive balance

The Dapper Don seems confident his team is built to last this year.

Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaay! I'm justt going to get this out quickly:


That felt good. And now just the Hoyas to deal with over the weekend before the Big East Tournament.

Led by a Kris Jenkins onslaught of 3s last night, Villanova dismantled DePaul rather easily. When the 'Cats are hitting the longball, their aren't a lot of teams in the country that can contain them on offense. But balance is still key, and it looks like Jay Wright might be quietly very confident that this year's team is built to last in March. What say you?

And now, the "news."

Jay Wright, Villanova seeking perfect balance before NCAA tournament |
The Wildcats haven't made the second weekend of the tournament since 2009. Can this year's squad fare better?

Jenkins scores 31 as Villanova pounds DePaul |
Villanova junior Kris Jenkins continued his hot shooting Tuesday night with a career-high 31 points, and coach Jay Wright was asked how he can explain his player's offensive success.

However brief, Villanova learned lessons from being No. 1 | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
During the 3 weeks Villanova spent as the No. 1 team in AP national rankings, the Wildcats learned how to manage expectations and deal with pressure.

Villanova, St. Joe's and Temple are 'all' that |
With just a few days left in the regular season, Villanova, Saint Joseph's and Temple all lead their conferences. I think you can make a pretty good case that the all-Big 5 first team should come from those schools - Josh Hart and Ryan Arcidiacono (Villanova), DeAndre' Bembry and Zeke Miles (St. Joe's) and Quenton DeCosey (Temple).

Picking major-conference year-end awards |
Seth Davis casts his vote for player of the year, coach of the year, best freshman and most improved in the six major conferences Second Quarter Surge Paces Men's Lax to 14-9 Win Over Drexel |
Third Times a Charm: Sophomore faceoff specialist Luke Palmadesso was the anchor of another outstanding Wildcat performance as Villanova downed Philadelphia-rival Drexel 14-9 at Villanova Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.

Police Clash With Villanova Over On-Campus Drug Reports | NBC 10 Philadelphia
An LSD arrest at Villanova University first had the NBC10 Investigators asking questions about how the university handles on-campus drug busts.