If you’re not keeping track, today is Friday. Have fun and catch up on some Villanova and College Basketball links from the week...
5 ways the 1939 NCAA Tournament was different than it is today | NCAA.com
The 1939 NCAA Tournament was the first ever and competed with the National Intercollegiate Basketball Championship and the New York sports writers' tournament to crown a national champion.
Nova Notebook: Moore Made Strides in 2019-20 | Villanova.com
Freshman guard, Justin Moore, learned to use his voice as a Wildcats' rookie.
Virginia up, Kentucky down in college basketball's Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2020-21 | ESPN
Virginia, Kansas and Wisconsin are among the teams that climbed in the Way-Too-Early Top 25 in men's college basketball for 2020-21.
Bracketology - NCAA College Basketball Brackets and Predictions | ESPN
Joe Lunardi has Villanova as a 1-seed in 2021.
Villanova Still Won’t Have Its First One-and-Done in Decades | The New York Times
The freshman Jeremiah Robinson-Earl was one of several high-profile college basketball players to withdraw from the N.B.A. draft or to not enter it at all, citing uncertainty related to the pandemic.
NBA Draft 2020: Saddiq Bey has all tools Warriors covet in prospect | NBCS Bay Area
Bey could come in right away and be a step ahead on Day 1.
FOR FUN: We simulated a video game with the worst college basketball team ever, and got an instant classic | SBNation.com
Seasons No. 2 and No. 3 in our quest to win a national title with Western Illinois in "College Hoops 2K8"
NBA decisions with the biggest impact on college basketball's top conferences | ESPN
Iowa's Luka Garza, Baylor's Jared Butler and others haven't yet decided whether they'll enter the NBA draft, but their decisions will have a big effect on their college teams.
Orlando Magic CEO Alex Martins says Villanova inspired his career | Orlando Sentinel
Magic CEO Alex Martins wasn't always looking to carve out a career in sports, but he was inspired during a historic time at Villanova University.