Sorry for the late links today, had a little too much fun watching Villanova defeat Georgetown for the 5th consecutive time!
In the "news" today, Lil' Arch is having a breakout season, the window is closing for a Phil Booth return, Men's Lacrosse is ramping up, and North Carolina can't do anything right. Enjoy!
Chris Arcidiacono breaking out at Neshaminy | City of Basketball Love
Lil' Arch is starting to get looks from D-1 teams during his breakout season at Neshaminy.
Villanova holds off Georgetown | Philly.com
The Villanova basketball modus operandi has become: Team builds big lead, team gives up almost all of big lead, team wins game. - Joe Juliano, Philadelphia Inquirer
Jay Wright says Phil Booth's return for Villanova is 'not looking good' | Philly.com
Villanova guard Phil Booth continues to experience pain in his surgically-repaired left knee and coach Jay Wright said "it's not looking good" that he will return to the lineup this season. - Joe Juliano, Philadelphia Inquirer
Searching for the safest bets in a wide-open college hoops season | Sports on Earth
In the preseason, the big question in college basketball was simple: Can anybody catch Duke? Instead, the question has become: Is anybody actually great? In a season with no great teams, the goal is finding which teams can best minimize their flaws.
Mens Lacrosse 2017 Season Preview | Villanova.com
The Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats - The Wildcats are returning 31 letterwinners and eight starts from last season. Villanova finished 9-5 overall and 3-2 in conference play in 2016. Jack Curran, Joey Froccaro, and Jake Froccaro were named to the All-Preseason BIG EAST Team and the Wildcats selected to finish second by the fellow head coaches.
A football fan's crash course on the 2016-17 college basketball season | FOX Sports
Everything you need to know about what happened while you were watching football.
North Carolina’s bathroom law could cost the state NCAA events for six years | Yahoo Sports
North Carolina could be out of the NCAA championship hosting business through the next six years because of the state’s infamous "bathroom bill" — a law that restricts restroom access for transgender people. Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance executive director Scott Dupree told state lawmakers in a letter