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More coaches are reliving their loss to Villanova, and it is beautiful

Kansas' Bill Self is the latest.

Happy Tuesdsay, 'Nova Nation! I'm not sure if you have noticed the trend, but opposing coaches who fell at the hands of Villanova last season are just now starting to talk about it after going into what I can only assume was some form of stasis for the past several months.

Roy Williams recently spoke about the impact, and now Bill Self has joined in on the party. Who will we get next? Don't know, don't care. I love it all.

And now, the "news."

Bill Self reflects on Elite Eight loss to Villanova | The Kansas City Star
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self says the tape from his team’s final loss isn’t needed when reflecting on each season. So what were his main takeaways following the Jayhawks’ 33-5 campaign in 2015-16, which ended in the Elite Eight against Villanova?

Former Womens Basketball Standout Nancy Bernhardt Passes Away |
The Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats - The funeral is set for Wednesday, Sept. 28, at St. Genevieves Church in Flourtown, Pa (1225 Bethlehem Pike). There will be a viewing at 9:30 a.m., followed by a mass at 11 a.m.

Omari Spellman Situation Highlights Ineptitude Of Player Handlers | Today's U
Though I don't think this was a 'handler' situation, the core points remain. Kids can't trust the adults leading them.

NCAA Championship Odds: Villanova must wait on phenom | The Spread
Villanova always understood the myriad challenges of defending a national title. Yet the program definitely couldn’t have foreseen Friday’s bit of bad news.

Top 25 Non-Conference Games | NBC Sports
There are some terrific non-conference matchups early on this season. Villanova is noted three times.

Puerto Rico Tip-Off will relocate to Orlando due to Zika concerns | Yahoo!
This season’s Puerto Rico Tip-Off won’t actually be played in Puerto Rico. ESPN announced Monday that it’s moving the annual holiday tournament from San Juan to Orlando because of concerns over the Zika Virus.

Why everyone loved Arnold Palmer, 'The King' |
A meeting with The King in his hometown near the end of his life reinforced everything I'd heard about a great man.