Happy Thursday, ‘Nova Nation! Your old pal Chris here back from Summer vacation for a day to pitch you on an event that the good folks in the Atlanta Club are throwing this Fall.
The Villanova Club of Atlanta Scholarship Golf Outing and Dinner will take place on Monday October 1st this year, with the goal of creating an endowed scholarship for Villanova students from the Greater Atlanta Area.
If you live in the Atlanta area, will be traveling in the Atlanta area, or live within driving distance (looking at you Charlotte people), I highly encourage you to come out and have some fun for a good cause.
The Club has extended early-bird pricing through the end of the month, so act now or you’ll be kicking in more to hang with me, Brian Finneran, Mark Jackson and other Villanovans to kick off October.
And now, the “news.”
NCAA basketball changes: Undrafted players can return to school | SI.com
The NCAA announced several significant policy changes on Wednesday in the wake of the FBI college basketball scandal.
NCAA changes to college basketball seeking reform are mostly cosmetic
The NCAA made big, splashy headlines with its reform package to address issues in college basketball on Wednesday, but the devil is in the details
NCAA's new proposed rules blindsides NBA, USA Basketball officials | ESPN
The NBA and USA Basketball have been caught off guard by the proposed set of rule changes the NCAA announced Wednesday.
Kentucky vs Memphis Headlines 6 Burning Recruiting Questions For August | Flo Hoops
Kentucky vs Memphis, Duke missing out, and a top point guard without a list — the recruiting questions are off the charts. Will Villanova finally land some one-and-done prospects?
Marquette’s Markus Howard talks about Chris Paul guard camp | JS Online
Marquette star Markus Howard attended the Chris Paul Elite Guard Camp in Winston-Salem, N.C. He answered a few questions about his experience.
The inaugural Philadelphia's Greatest Women Athletes and Coaches Awards | Sports | phillytrib.com
It should be a spectacular night for women’s sports in Philadelphia. Several outstanding athletes and coaches will be honored at the inaugural Philadelphia’s Greatest Women Athletes and Coaches Awards Ceremony. Villanova's head women's track and field/cross country coach, Gina Procaccio, will be among those honored.
Should NCAA Athletes at the University of North Carolina Be Punished for Reselling Sneakers? | Esquire
A sneakerhead and a former Division 1 athlete discuss college sports' most heated debate.