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Kyle Lowry Is Generating A Lot Of Sixers Buzz

Could the local Villanova star make a return to Philly?

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Happy Thursday Nova Nation!  The biggest news this time of year always pertains to recruiting, and on that front Villanova is still squarely in the race for the services of Cameron Reddish.  But in other "news", there's lots of interest in bringing Villanova's Kyle Lowry back to Philly, a look at red-shirt players, and Nova is hosting the Big East Track & Field Championships.  Enjoy!

NBA Free Agency Rumors: Kyle Lowry has a long history with Sixers assistant coach Billy Lange - Liberty Ballers
His ties to the Sixers and Philadelphia are deeper than you might think.

The Sixers should go hard after Kyle Lowry | Keith Pompey
The point guard would give the team credibility. He also would help in recruiting other free agents. - Keith Pompey, Philadelphia Inquirer

Redshirted players may be able to play up to 4 games a year, not burn a season
If you hadn't noticed (and we'd forgive you if so), change is a-comin' to college football.

Villanova to Host BIG EAST Track & Field Championships This Weekend |
The outdoor BIG EAST Track & Field Championships presented by Jeep return this week to the site where the meet has been held more times than any other. Villanova will serve as the host of the conference championships for the 25th time overall and the sixth time in the last 10 years this Friday and Saturday. Competition each day will air live on the BIG EAST Digital Network free of charge, while tickets can be purchased at the Villanova Stadium ticket office during the competition.

2017 FCS vs. FBS: CAA Football | FOX Sports
Coming off a 2016 season in which their 10 wins over FBS programs tied for the fourth-most in a campaign, FCS teams hope to make a mark again in 2017. Villanova and Temple are all tied up in the Mayor's Cup.

High-Tech Piece Of Equipment Generating Buzz At Villanova | CBS Philly
The technology is called CAVE, and it allows students at Villanova to travel the country, the world, even outer space.