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Jay Wright believes NCAA transfer rule, NIL will make college basketball stronger in time

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Jay Wright says he’s never felt this inexperienced in his life. After three decades of coaching men’s Division I college basketball, the two-time national champion coach now finds himself in the trenches of retirement after hanging it up at Villanova last month. Watch NFR live stream 2022 online on The Cowboy Channel. Check out our complete guidelines to watch National Finals Rodeo streaming from Las Vegas.

Hype Video - Rain Chant

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Giving the Villanova Band some love. Go Cats!

USA Today: Villanova's the WORST Sweet 16 Team Left

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Someone tell the team to put on the bulletin board. They don't respect us! I mean it's one thing to say we're not going to beat Baylor (we're probably not). But to put us behind FOUR teams from the Pathetic 12 and a school named Oral Roberts?

Villanova #1 in ESPN's Way Too Early 2020-21!

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It assumes Saddiq Bey comes back though so don't get your hopes too high. They also have Creighton #2 so if that holds up it will be a dogfight in the Big East next year.

2020 Highlight Video

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Here are some positive vibes for you all. Go Cats!

USC Tickets on sale

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Tickets for the USC game went on sale today. $20 per ticket plus $2 order fee. Nova bench is supposedly in front of section 118. Go Cats!

Big East Fantasy Challenge

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Fantasy Basketball challenge for fans of the Big East conference, with a player pool made up exclusively of Big East players.

CBS Sports Projects Bridges, DiVincenzo, Spellman, and Brunson as 1st Round Picks

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The author has Mikal staying in the area with the 76ers drafting him (I'm seen a lot of mocks drafting Bridges so there's a decent chance he will be playing at the Wells Fargo Center next year). They have Jalen also going to Philly at #26! If this draft is any indication of the minds of NBA execs, don't expect Donte and Omari back. He has DiVincenzo to the Spurs at #18 and Spellman to the Jazz at #21. Those wouldn't be just first round, they would be comfortably in the first round.