Happy Monday, ‘Nova Nation! Your Villanova Wildcats look headed for yet another Big East title, and now the big question is whether they can go through the confernece with just two losses for the fourth straight year.
KenPom is still projecting one more loss for Villanova, but their lowest remaining win probability is just 73% on the road at Georgetown in the finale.
John Gasaway has more on ‘Nova’s dominance below.
And now, the "news."
Villanova Wildcats stand alone atop the Big East again | ESPN
This was supposed to be the season that Villanova was challenged in the Big East. But the Wildcats are staring down a fourth straight conference title.
No. 1 seed? Villanova is focused only on defending its national title | Sports Illustrated
Kris Jenkins’ name is part of history now, an indelible part of March Madness lore. "I’ve not heard him mention it," coach Jay Wright said.
Villanova Wildcats show resolve vs Xavier | SI.com
On the same day it earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament committee’s bracket preview, Villanova showed why it’s so dangerous as it won on the road in Cincinnati.
What the committee got right (and wrong) with the early top 16 seeds | ESPN
Gonzaga, the No. 1 team, received a (theoretical) No. 1 seed but not the one Bulldogs fans were hoping for. What else did the early reveal tell us?
SATURDAY’S SNACKS: Villanova, Kansas and Baylor protect No. 1 seed with wins | NBC Sports
Get caught up on everything that happened in college hoops this weekend.
North Dakota State guard scores this season's greatest own basket | Yahoo!
On a day when North Dakota State’s Khy Kabellis scored a game-high 17 points, his most impressive shot counted against his own team. Is this the best shot of the 2017 season?
Syracuse alumn Fab Melo passes away | Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
The former Syracuse center was 26 years old.