TGIF, 'Nova Nation! A little throwback for you today, where ESPN's Andy Katz brings the court storming debate back from the dead. I suppose I see the points about player/coach safety - and in some cases court stormer safety - but having stormed a court or two in my day I find it to be a bit overblown.
Not much going on in the way of Villanova news, so let's hear your opinions on this.
And now, the "news."
3-Point Shot: Should Pac-12, NCAA consider rules on court storming? | ESPN Video
ESPN college basketball reporter Andy Katz discusses the need for the Pac-12 putting in place rules on that would prohibit storming the court after a win.
10 best offensive performances of the past 10 years | ESPN
Villanova's scoring barrages in the NCAA tournament were nearly off the charts and rival the best outings of the past decade, including blowouts by Ohio State, Syracuse and, yes, even DePaul.
Ranking Big 12 expansion candidates by ... whatever, just pick 2 and get it over with | SBNation.com
Just please do something already. Here are two or a dozen or whatever teams you can add any day now.
Beach volleyball goes to college for 1st NCAA championship | AP
Beach volleyball is ready to graduate. The sport that makes a splash at the Olympics every four years will crown its first NCAA champion this weekend in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where eight women's teams will compete for the collegiate title. It's the 90th championship event sanctioned by the NCAA, and the 45th for women.
New documents allege Paterno knew about Sandusky as far back as 1976 | Philly.com
Among the $60 million Pennsylvania State University paid to Jerry Sandusky's victims in 2013 were payments to accusers who alleged they had reported their abuse to Joe Paterno and other coaches at the school far earlier than had previously been alleged - including one dating as far back as 1976, the Inquirer has learned.
Watch this Greek league basketball player chuck a ball out of bounds for no reason | SBNation.com
[insert shrug emoji people make when brain farts happen]
Texas A&M lost another 5-star, but a coach's response caused even more major damage | SBNation.com
The timeline begins with the No. 1 dual-threat QB recruit Tate Martell decommitting from Texas A&M at 11:30 ET Wednesday night.