Let’s start Tuesday off with some links...
Paul VI’s Trevor Keels already has accomplished a lot, but his story is just beginning | NBC4 Washington
The Paul VI guard and top-ranked basketball player in Virginia has a knack for making big plays in the biggest moments.
Villanova legend, NBA vet Randy Foye sits down for an interview to discuss his life, experiences at Villanova, and how Nationers should react to the Black Lives Matter protests.
CAA cancels fall sports, ending Villanova’s football season before it started | Inquirer.com
CAA is suspending its football season, leaving the Wildcats, ranked No. 8 nationally in preseason polls, with important decisions to make about the season.
Villanova Athletics Announces Important Updates for Fall Semester | Villanova.com
In alignment with current University health and safety protocols and following a meeting of the BIG EAST Conference Board of Directors, Vice President
Ray Heitzmann, 78, was an author, Villanova professor, and sports enthusiast | Philadelphia Inquirer
An author of more than 50 books with a Ph.D. in learning and instruction, Dr. Heitzmann preferred to be addressed as “Coach.”
AOP Spotlight Series: Denise Dillon, Class Of 1992 - Cardinal O’Hara | Archdiocese of Philadelphia League
A new feature to the website, the Spotlight Series will include interviews with former AOP student-athletes who continued their athletic participation in one form or another after high school.
Best Picks to Reach the Final Four | Sports Book Reveiw
In this article, we look at three of the top teams heading into next season and why they deserve to be considered candidates to advance to the Final Four.
The 7 longest active road winning streaks in men's DI college basketball | NCAA.com
These are the DI men's college basketball teams with the longest current road winning streaks, including San Diego State with 12 and Stephen F. Austin and Kansas with 10.
The 16 NBA draft stay-or-go decisions that will shape college basketball’s 2020-21 season | NBC Sports
These are the 16 more important 2020 NBA Draft stay-or-go decisions, the ones that will shape college basketball's 2020-21 season.
The nine most influential transfer waivers we are waiting on | NBC Sports
With the 2020 NBA Draft bearing down on us, the biggest question marks heading into the 2020-21 season are the players that have yet to decide if they are going to pull their name out of the NBA draft.
Gonzaga hangs on to No. 1 in Top 25 And 1 after loss of Filip Petrusev | CBSSports.com
The Zags took a hit when Petrusev decided to play overseas, but still have plenty of weapons this season. 'Nova holds at #3.
How colleges are trying to replace canceled games with games that may not happen | The Athletic
With football season on the brink and conferences changing plans every day, schools are trying to work out contingency plans.
NCAA approves St. Thomas for unprecedented jump directly from Division III to Division I CBSSports.com
The Tommies will become the second Division I program in Minnesota and will join the Summit League in 2021
7 college basketball records (we think) will never be broken | NCAA.com
These men’s basketball records might stay in the record books forever.
The NCAA needs new blood to invigorate the membership of the tournament selection committee | CBSSports.com
It’s time the NCAA allowed for people other than ADs and commissioners to serve on the committee
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2. North Carolina
6. Michigan State
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