Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaay! This has been out there for a few weeks, but it looks like it is really starting to pick up steam. Wichita State looks all but set to leave the MVC for the AAC, kicking off what could be a fresh round of conference realignment.
UConn fans are particularly just thrilled at this revelation.
I want to stick my head in a deep fryer https://t.co/YVcIj1P4FG— We take the stairs (@NoEscalators) March 21, 2017
Wouldn’t it just be grand if Wichita State made the move, Gregg Marshall took a better job, and then UConn bolted for the Big East. You go, Mike Aresco!
And now, the "news."
Wichita State's possibility to join the American Athletic Conference grows more likely | The Wichita Eagle
Wichita State could give the American Athletic Conference a 12th basketball school. The Shockers have been Missouri Valley Conference members since 1945.
Villanova looks to future instead of at failed title defense | AP
Wright didn't have the stomach to watch any tourney games on Sunday. Neither did most of his players. Josh Hart and Kris Jenkins made plans to hit a Chick-fil-A on Wednesday instead of studying a scouting report.
Quinnipiac getting closer to hiring next men’s basketball coach | New Haven Register
Baker Dunleavy has interviewed, but is among a host of candiates with head coaching experience.
Josh Hart says Villanova 'gave everything we could'
Villanova's three seniors, a class that helped lead the program to 129 wins and a national championship, arrived as a group Monday at the Davis Center's practice court after what had to be a tough end-of-the-season meeting two days after the elimination of the Wildcats from the NCAA tournament.
What's next for Villanova's Jalen Brunson, Phil Booth? | CSN Philly
Villanova's Jalen Brunson will make a decision on whether to test the NBA waters, while Phil Booth is expected to return to school next season at 100 percent.
Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County to Honor Villanova | Villanova Media Room
Villanova University students are passionate about bettering the world around them, providing nearly 250,000 hours of service to the community annually, with Habitat for Humanity a key beneficiary.
ACC basketball was a fraud, and now everyone knows it | SBNation.com
The 2016-17 ACC was propped up all year as potentially one of the best conferences of all time. It proved last week that it isn’t even the best conference of this season.