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State of the Nova Nation: The NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Edition

Kings of college basketball.

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Update: A Record Breaking Championship

The Wildcats broke hearts, ankles, and records in San Antonio.

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WATCH: Villanova celebrates the NCAA championship in the 2018 ‘One Shining Moment’ video

That song has never sounded so sweet (except two years ago).

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

That’s the second in three years for the ‘Cats. And it feels so good.

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National Championship Game Chat

Let’s get this W.

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Shoot ‘Em Up, Sleep in the Streets: Breaking Down Villanova’s Record-Breaking Final Four

Villanova set the record for threes in a Final Four game Saturday and for the most in a single season, but the Wildcats didn’t just shoot for the sake of shooting, they shot with a purpose. The results were glorious.

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2018 NCAA Tournament Hub

Watch: Post-Game Presser

"Shoot ‘em up, sleep in the streets."

‘Nova obliterates Kansas 95-79

It wasn’t even that close.

Final Four Game Chat

A trip to the National Championship is on the line.

Villanova-Kansas Viewing Guide

Brew some coffee before you crack open a cold one.

WATCH: Media Q&A

Watch the Wildcats’ media availability in San Antonio.

Eric Paschall: Glue Guy, Defensive Stopper, and Draymond Green Doppelganger

Villanova’s junior forward was the driving force behind the Wildcats hard-fought victory in the Elite Eight, but his emergence as a play-making defender has been a long time coming.

‘Nova Team Cast announced

They’re Villanovans you know and love.

Kansas Preview

Right Side of the Bracket Goes (Rock) Chalk for the ‘Cats

State of the Nova Nation: The Road Ends Here, Final Four Preview, and Villanova eSports needs a coach

The penultimate episode of the State of the Nova Nation!

Hype Video: Not Done Yet

SeanDon with another amazing creation.

Send-Off Info

Event planned for Wednesday afternoon.

Breaking Down The Final Four

The stars at night, are big and bright (CLAP-CLAP-CLAP-CLAP), deep in the heart of TEXAS!

State of the Nova Nation: The 3X3U, and the ‘Cats are Final Four Bound!

To San Antonio!

‘Nova is Vegas’s favorite

And other interesting lines along the way.

WATCH: Post-Game Presser

The ‘Cats are heading back to the Final Four

Final 4 bound!

The ‘Cats are heading back to Texas.

Elite 8 Game Chat

One win away from the Final 4.

Villanova-Texas Tech Viewing Guide

A trip to San Antonio is on the line.

Villanova-Texas Tech Elite 8 Preview

Villanova Preparing for a Shootout with the Red Raiders

Special Saturday Sun’s Arizin

This is the Wildcats’ 14th trip to the Regional Final

Elite Eight Bound!

Brunson lifts Villanova to victory over West Virginia, 90-78. The junior point guard was locked in, racking up a game-high 27 points, to help his team move onto the Elite Eight.

Sweet 16 Game Chat

A trip to the Elite 8 is on the line as ‘Nova looks to get past the fast-pressing Mountaineers.

4 Things to Know

Just when you thought there wasn’t any angle we hadn’t covered yet!

Our Chat with Lappas

We spoke to Steve Lappas about predicting a champion, beating the press, and why playing Allen Iverson was the worst.

Villanova-West Virginia Viewing Guide

This is widely considered the best game of the Sweet 16.

Thursday Sweet 16 Open Thread

Kick back and relax as the Sweet 16 gets underway.

Thursday Open Thread

The first teams in the Elite 8 will be determined on Thursday

Cole Swider will compete in the 3-point contest at the Final Four

Nova’s four-star, class of 2018, Forward was chosen to compete in the Final Four’s 3-point contest in San Antonio on CBS.

Sweet 16 Preview: WVU

Villanova heads to Beantown to face Press Virginia.

State of the Nova Nation: Shippin’ Up To Boston

The stage is set for the Sweet 16.

The History of Villanova vs “Press” Virginia

The Wildcats went 3-3 against Huggins-led Mountaineer teams

How Villanova will handle college basketball’s greatest test

The madness that comes with March has gotten the Wildcats before, but this year, they are still standing. For some other highly ranked teams—unfortunately—they caught the upset bug. These ‘Cats, however, aren’t scared of it.