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Villanova Basketball's NCAA Championship run was historically dominant

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Stats don't lie.

TGIF, 'Nova Nation! You're going to love the lead article from the stat gurus at SI today, who detail just how dominant Villanova's title run was. To be sure, there's some streakiness involved in that on the offensive side, but there should be no more questions about just how good Villanova was.

A deserved champion, for sure.

And now, the "news."

Villanova had the most dominant title run in at least 15 years | SI.com
Villanova's title run was amazing down to the buzzer, but where does it rank among the best overall NCAA tournament performances in the past 15 years?

Wright talks Nova's 2016 recruiting class | ESPN Video
Coach Jay Wright talks about the process of recruiting for Villanova after winning the first national title since 1985.

How will Villanova replace Daniel Ochefu? | Rush The Court
Key questions for the Big East - Villanova's got a lot of depth on the frontline, but can they successfully replace the defensive presence of the Chef?

Jordan Brand gives some overlooked players a chance to shine | USA Today High School Sports
Omari Spellman saw the McDonald's All American basketball games, the same way most people did, on television. Spellman, a 6-9, 275-pound power forward from St. Thomas More (Oakdale, Conn.), is one of several players this week in the Jordan Brand Classic (Friday, 8 p.m.

Recruits love the NCAA's new social media rule, which could be a mess for coaches | SBNation.com
As of August, coaches will no longer have to keep their social media interactions with recruits in the DMs. This was a necessary change, but it opens up so many issues.

Ranking all 67 games of the 2016 NCAA Tournament | SBNation.com
Talking about a season that starts in seven months is cool and all, but the grand finale to 2015-16 that we were all treated to was so fulfilling that it deserves one final look.