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Let’s start the week off with some College Basketball links...

Former VU Hoopsters...

Where are they now? Harold Pressley has changed coasts, but not his penchant for giving | The Day
Harold Pressley learned early in his life about the importance of having a compassionate heart and giving spirit.

Former Winthrop High School basketball standout TJ Caouette still sets the standard | CentralMaine.com
Twenty-four years after graduation, TJ Caouette’s influence is still felt by the Ramblers.

Villanova Basketball News

The best college basketball uniforms of all time | The Athletic
We run down 26 great looks, from timeless classics that are worn to this day to historical uniforms and alternates. A certain Villanova jersey comes in at #16...

Women’s Backetball Rounds out 2020-21 Staff | Villanova.com
Villanova University head women’s basketball coach Denise Dillon announced her 2020-21 coaching staff. Dillon was named the fifth head coach

College Basketball News

NCAA moves toward allowing athletes to be paid sponsors | NBC Sports
Recommended rule changes that would clear the way for athletes to earn money from their names, images and likeness are being reviewed by college sports administrators this week before being sent to the NCAA Board of Governors.

Getting an NBA prospect to return to college could be the biggest factor in winning a national title | CBSSports.com
The most important recruiting job a college coach can do is getting a NBA prospect to come back for another year.

NCAA to give men's basketball teams 2020-21 scheduling options | ESPN
The NCAA's Division I Council approved Friday a proposal to give men's basketball programs choices with 28- and 29-game schedules.

Division I Council Approves New Basketball Scheduling Guidelines | SI.com
The NCAA's Division I Council has approved new scheduling guidelines dealing with multiple-team events for men's basketball. Read more