Happy Wednesday Nova Nation! Short and sweet today as it’s a busy day for yours truly. In case you missed it in the comments yesterday, Mike Greenberg has a new podcast called “I’m Interested” where he interviews interesting guests in and out of sports. His latest episode was an hour sit down with Jay Wright, and it’s without question the greatest interview with Villanova’s head coach I’ve ever heard. Do yourself a favor and give it a listen!
In other “news”, construction continues on campus, it’s a big season for Kyle Lowry, and the college basketball world is keeping an eye on the FBI court case. Enjoy!
I'm Interested with Mike Greenberg: Jay Wright, Villanova | ESPN Radio
Mike Greenberg talks to Villanova coach Jay Wright about the importance of attitude in his program (5:45), how his life has changed with success (17:50), a wild story from inside the locker room during the 2016 National Championship (21:19), what he'd change about the game (34:10) and more.
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Building the New Nova | The Villanovan
The University has experienced a drastic physical transformation to its campus in recent months. Whether it is the immense construction currently underway on Lancaster Avenue or it is the fences
Raptors’ Kyle Lowry is about to face the hardest test of his career | SBNation.com
The Raptors have never been more talented after trading for Kawhi Leonard, but they need Kyle Lowry to stay on track and quickly embrace change, which he hasn’t always done.
Jury selection begins in first trial of college basketball scandal | ESPN
Almost a year after the first arrests were made in the FBI's investigation into college basketball corruption, jury selection has begun for the first trial.