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Randy Foye is being inducted into the Big 5 Hall of Fame

A well-deserved honor for a guy already hanging in the Pavilion rafters.

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TGIF, ‘Nova Nation! A little disappointed we have to wait until Sunday for the game against the Virginia Cavaliers, to be honest!

Something that I’m certainly not disappointed in? Villanova great Randy Foye has been inducted into the Big 5 Hall of Fame. Awesome!

Enjoy your weekend, and see you on Sunday!

And now, the "news."

Lynn Greer, Jameer Nelson, Randy Foye among those named to Big 5 Hall of Fame | Philly.com
Guards Lynn Greer of Temple, Jameer Nelson of St. Joseph's and Randy Foye of Villanova are among seven individuals named for induction into the Big 5 Hall of Fame.

NFL draft: Tanoh Kpassagnon is next small-school sensation | SI.com
After missing out on the chance to impress elite colleges in high school, Villanova's Tanoh Kpassagnon is making up for it with scouts at the Senior Bowl.

Oh, the places they went -- Strange tales from Americans playing pro basketball around the globe | ESPN
When bouncing all over the globe to play pro basketball, American players have been known to encounter unpredictable fans, culture clashes and bounced checks. But, oh, the stories they can tell. Includes VU Hoops favorite Chris Charles.

College basketball power Rankings: Gonzaga is new No. 1 | SI.com
Gonzaga, the last unbeaten team in college basketball, is the new No. 1 team in the Power Rankings.

The 5 crucial things to know now that college basketball matters again | For The Win
The Super Bowl is in two weeks, which means we have two solid weeks without football (sorry, Pro Bowl — not counting you). But cheer up because there's still sports! The college basketball season is in full swing.

Marquette was fined $5,000 for storming the court after beating Villanova | SBNation.com
But at least the money is going somewhere good, to Camp Hometown Heroes.

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski bans players from locker room, report says | Sporting News
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is not happy with how his team has been playing, so he resorted to an unusual tactic.