Huuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaay! Now that the schedule is out we’re back to following recruiting until the season starts. Villanova has just two targets left on the board - David Duke and Jalen Carey - but
Rivals poses an interesting question - could Villanova look to 2019 to fill a roster need in this class? Jalen Lecque and Bryce Willis both hold Villanova offers, and were originally in the 2018 class. That means with a push on core coursework, they could always come back to the 2018 class.
It’d be a new move for Villanova’s staff - and some will argue we’ll be fine at point guard for a season - but then why continue to chase Duke and Carey who are both big-time prospects?
And now, the “news.”
Twitter Tuesday: Kentucky's 2018 outlook, Ayo Dosunmu, Villanova | Rivals.com
Could the 'Cats try to get a 2019 target to reclassify? They need a PG.
Georgetown’s non-conference schedule is terrible | CollegeBasketballTalk
The Hoyas might as well punt on the season. They cannot make the NCAA tournament with this schedule.
Georgetown put together the worst non-conference basketball schedule ever | SBNation.com
Credit to Patrick Ewing for pulling off something truly impressive.
Villanova Holds Funeral Mass for Legendary Basketball Coach Rollie Massimino | NBC 10 Philadelphia
Funeral services were held Tuesday for Rollie Massimino, who led Villanova's storied run to the 1985 NCAA championship and won more than 800 games in his coaching career.
Rollie Massimino remembered as more than a coach by Villanova community
Friends, colleagues, former players and the Villanova community came together on Tuesday morning to say a final goodbye to the man who defined the basketball program for two decades.
New pedestrian bridge rises over Lancaster Avenue at Villanova University | mainlinemedianews.com
A $3.7 million pedestrian bridge now stretches over Lancaster Avnue (Route 30) but work on the span will likely continue until the spring of 2018.
Lafayette football has chance to stun the world at Villanova | lehighvalleylive.com
Is Lafayette ready to charge into the college football spotlight with an upset win over Villanova?
Stadium Updates and New Amenities Announced For Home Football Games | Villanova.com
Fans attending home football games at Villanova Stadium this season will be treated to an enhanced gameday experience as a result of several stadium updates and new amenities which were revealed this week. The highlights include a Fan Fest in the west end zone and a pregame “Wildcat Walk” in the A-2 parking lot. Parking changes and tailgating rules were also announced, along with a new location for the Kids Zone.