Huummmmmmmmmmp Daaaaaaay! NBC Sports put out a ton of content yesterday, with a lot of Villanova angles to boot. The most prevalent one being Josh Hart as a leading candidate for National Player of the Year. Most of the NBC guys agreed that it was pretty neck and neck between him and Grayson Allen.
If you subscribe to their podcast, take a listen, where one of the big arguments is that because Duke has so much talent, Allen may not put up the insane stats that he did last season. Villanova on the other hand, may rely more on Hart now that Omari Spellman is out for the year.
And now, the "news."
Josh Hart named to NBC Sports’ preseason All-America team | Big East Coast Bias
The Villanova superstar joins an exciting crop of players on the first team.
College basketball's top 20 breakout players for the 2016-17 season | CBSSports.com
Who are the guys that should take a big-time leap this season? We've got your answers
Jay Wright on Omari Spellman ruling: 'I'm argued out' | CSN Philly
After exhausting an appeals process, Villanova's 5-star freshman forward Omari Spellman is ineligible for the 2016-17 season and will be an academic redshirt. By Steven Tydings
Who are the top reserves in the country? | ESPN
Oregon's Dylan Ennis, who will return from a foot injury, is among the key reserves who will make an impact for the nation's top teams.
Villanova looks like a serious repeat title contender | SI.com
The Wildcats look like the most serious repeat contenders since the 2007 Gators, but they have some questions to answer before the season begins.
Andy Talley Previews Fifth Week on CAA Football Teleconference Call | Villanova.com
During the fifth weekly CAA Football teleconference of the season on Monday, Villanova head coach Andy Talley gave his thoughts on the Wildcats road win at Lafayette and how the team is preparing to play Elon for the first time in program history.
Can anyone beat Syracuse for top-five PG Quade Green? | ESPN ($)
Green, a five-star point guard from Philadelphia, looks likely to head to Syracuse, but Kentucky, Kansas, Villanova and Duke are still lurking.
Students complain about cockroaches at Villanova University | Daily Local
An article in the university’s newspaper said that students have reported the bugs in some of the residence halls and dining areas. There have also been reports of mice in The Holy Grounds, a coffee shop, the article said.
2016-17 CBT Expert Picks | CollegeBasketballTalk
Here are each of our picks for the champions and individual award winners of the seven biggest conferences in college hoops.
Big 12 expansion: Oklahoma's reversal adds more doubt to process | Campus Rush
The latest on Big 12 expansion: Indications are Oklahoma's set to vote "no" on adding schools. Could that mean the league stays status quo? Answering that and all of the Big 12's other urgent questions.