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All the tweets you ever twished for!

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Happy Friday Nova Nation! We’re a little light on the Villanova Basketball links today, although I encourage you to check out the two pieces on the bottom featuring some awesome Villanova alum. Instead, we turn to the twitter-verse to see what’s trending with the Wildcats

First we have 2019 commit Justin Moore, who’s working out at Team USA minicamp:

Next is your friendly reminder that the Wildcats have a packed sports weekend on campus!

Of course there’s yesterday’s announcement that Jay Wright will coach for Team USA:

Some former National Champions got together this week in the WIndy City:

And for my wife (I hate myself for doing this in October), it’s never too early to start Christmas shopping:

Be sure to stay tuned in to VUHoops tomorrow as I’ll be live tweeting and then reviewing the 2018 Blue/White Scrimmage. Until then, have a great start to the weekend! In other “news”, Jay Wright gets a podcast, Nova faces off with JMU on the gridiron, and more news from the wrong kind of basketball court. Enjoy!

Talking Villanova Basketball Presented by Hartford Funds To Enter New Era | Villanova.com
Wright's radio show is turning into a podcast.

JMU Football Opponent Report: Villanova | WHSV
The No. 6 James Madison football team is preparing for a road game at Villanova Saturday afternoon.

Adidas consultant details underground economy in testimony Thursday | NBC Sports
T.J. Gassnola took the stand to testify.

Philly playwright James Ijames wins $25,000 Kesselring Prize | Philly.com
The Villanova assistant prof in theater and very accomplished playwright just won the Kesselring Prize from the National Arts Club in New York for his play Kill Move Paradise, which played last month at the Wilma Theatre.

Ex-NFL player amputee's message is one of perseverance and faith | pressofatlanticcity.com
Nine years ago, Andy Solari organized the first Brigantine Community Prayer Breakfast as a way for the island's religious congregations to share a message of faith through inspiration.