Kings of college basketball.
The Wildcats broke hearts, ankles, and records in San Antonio.
That song has never sounded so sweet (except two years ago).
That’s the second in three years for the ‘Cats. And it feels so good.
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.
2018 NCAA Tournament Hub
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The penultimate episode of the State of the Nova Nation!
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.
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.
The 12th-ranked Creighton team is set to take on the Villanova Wildcats, following Trey Alexander's impressive 22-point performance in Creighton's 85-82 victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide. Cr...Frases de Feliz Navidad 2023