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Could the Big East get 7 NCAA Tournament bids?

The conference is cannibalizing itself, to the benefit of its bubble teams.

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TGIF, 'Nova Nation! Did you know that the Big East could get seven bids to the NCAA Tournament? It's a real possibility with the conference gouging on each other heading down the stretch. The latter side of that group still has some work to do, and they'll likely need to make a little noise in the Big East Tournament.

But it COULD happen. Pretty cool!

And now, the "news."

What Power 6 Conference Teams are on the Bubble | Barstool Sports
And what do they need to do to go dancing?

Stop saying the NCAA tournament bubble is ‘historically weak.’ It never is |
There’s a three-word phrase that we all need to remove from our college basketball lexicon.

Villanova and leading scorer Hahn the perfect match | Delaware Online
Three-time state girls basketball player of the year Adrianna Hahn is the leading scorer as a sophomore at Villanova.

Poppy Livers is back home in Philadelphia | Philadelphia Soul
The Arena Football League today announced that WR Poppy Livers (5'7, 170, Villanova) has been assigned to the Philadelphia Soul 2017 roster. This will be Livers' first season with the Soul and first in the Arena Football League.

New No. 1 in Wooden race | ESPN Video
The top 5 candidates are all familiar faces but one guard's recent play has been enough to unseat Villanova's Josh Hart at the top of the Wooden rankings.

Report: Creighton’s Maurice Watson Jr. currently under investigation for sexual assault | Big East Coast Bias
A suspension for Watson had been announced earlier Wednesday.

Register Now For "Attitude: A Night With The Authors" |
The first book by Wildcats head coach Jay Wright, Attitude: How to Develop a Winning Mindset On and Off the Court will be released next week. The Nova Nation can get an autographed copy and a chance to take a photo the Coach on Wednesday night at the Pavilion.

After Slavery, Searching For Loved Ones In Wanted Ads | NPR
Listen to a Villanova history professor discuss her fascinating and important new project with NPR.