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Villanova, Jay Wright join "It's On Us" campaign

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Good move by the head ball coach.

Happy Thursday, 'Nova Nation! The 'Cats were in the Pennsylvania Capitol Building yesterday to be honored, but Jay Wright took it a step further and pledged his support to the "It's On Us" campaign with Governor Tom Wolf. If you're not familiar with this cause, it's a movement to prevent sexual assault in our society.

It's been a large part of SB Nation for a while, and we're all fervent supporters of the cause here. There's been some not so great news in collegiate atheltics on this topic recently, and so I'm proud to see Jay raising awareness.

Good on ya, Coach!

And now, the "news."

Gov. Tom Wolf, Villanova Coach Jay Wright team up to address sexual assault in Pennsylvania | PennLive.com
Villanova University Basketball Coach Jay Wright joined Gov. Tom Wolf at the state Capitol Building on Wednesday to address sexual assault in Pennsylvania.

Recruits that will impact top 25 college basketball teams | ESPN
Freshmen can change the shape of nearly every top-25 college basketball roster, and next season's group is no different. Each top-25 team has a new player to get familiar with.

Wizards will take look at Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Wizards held a third consecutive day of closed-door workouts at Verizon Center and it included a key player for the University of Virginia, too.

Three-star QB Kyle McCloskey Chooses Villanova Over Four FBS Offers | HERO Sports
Villanova's soon-to-be retired head coach Andy Talley is doing his part to make sure the cupboard is far from bare when he retires at the end of this season. He and his staff must be smiling right now as they landed a big-time commitment for the future in 3-star quarterback prospect Kyle McCloskey out of Pennsylvania.

Villanova two-sport legend Matt Szczur glad he took a swing at baseball | delcotimes.com
Every once in a while when he is watching a football game, Matt Szczur will wonder.

Matt Szczur feels at home in Philly and with Cubs | Press of Atlantic City
Matt Szczur is no longer "that guy." As a result, the 2007 Lower Cape May Regional High School graduate is a lot more secure in his role for the Chicago Cubs.

Report: Barry "Slice" Rohrssen leaving St. John’s | Lexington Herald-Leader
Former Kentucky assistant basketball coach Barry Rohrssen reportedly leaving his associate head coach position at St. John’s.

More than 50 former NBA players headline field for $2 million tournament | ESPN
More than 50 former NBA players will participate in The Basketball Tournament, a $2 million, winner-take-all event which will crown a champion Aug. 2 on ESPN.

NCAA Attendance: St. John's, Villanova attendance down | Rumble In The Garden
Attendance was DOWN?!