Happy Monday Nova Nation! It’s the basketball equivalent of Christmas Eve, and tomorrow we finally get to watch Villanova Basketball live! As the links below will indicate, there are still many questions surrounding the defending National Champions. It’s unlikely those questions will get any kind of definitive answer tomorrow night, but it’ll be a start!
Be sure to check out all of our preseason coverage before tomorrow’s game, including our Player Previews, Bold Predictions, and Game by Game Projections. We’ll have the Morgan State preview up today as well, so there’ll be plenty to discuss as we count down the hours to tip-off.
In other “news”, Jeremy Roach’s recruitment, Villanova previews, and the Women’s team should again be the best of the “City 6”. Enjoy!
Villanova basketball: Jay Wright embracing new challenge after title | SI.com
Jay Wright didn't expect to lose four players from his 2018 national championship team to the NBA draft, but once he did, he used both a familiar and new way to make the adjustment.
As Villanova prepares to defend national title, Jay Wright faces new challenge: Youth | The Washington Post
The Wildcats will start four freshmen and a transfer when they kick off the season Tuesday against Morgan State.
Villanova faces college basketball rebuild after last year's NCAA title | USA Today
It’s a new college basketball season and nowhere is that more evident than at Villanova, which won its second NCAA title in three years in April.
Most top teams counting on big contributions from transfers | FOX Sports
Most top teams banking on big contributions from at least one transfer this season
NCAA Basketball Recruiting: Breaking down Jeremy Roach's final four | Busting Brackets
Five-star 2020 recruit Jeremy Roach is down to four NCAA basketball programs: Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Villanova. How would he fit with each?
Ranking the Big East’s Non-Conference Basketball Schedules for 2018-19 | Blogging the Bracket
When looking at this season’s non-league slates, the Big East’s powers largely did what they needed to do, but the conference’s bottom-feeders could be left in the lurch come March if they improve as much as expected.
Most City Six teams face changes … and then there is Villanova | The Inquirer
The City Six is looking to send more than just Villanova to the Women’s NCAA Tournament this season.