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Coach:  No Truth Goodman Goes To Temple If In Big East:  Still Wide Open

Coach: No Truth Goodman Goes To Temple If In Big East: Still Wide Open

Last week the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Constitution High School forward and blue-chip prospect Savon Goodman would choose Temple as his school if the Owls were to join the Big East Conference.   Constitution head basketball coach

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Nova Suffers Another Heart Breaker:  Bleak Future?

Nova Suffers Another Heart Breaker: Bleak Future?

A Shabazz Napier 29-footer with 0.6 seconds left in overtime handed Villanova its second over-time loss to a Big-East rival in less than a week, and gave Connecticut a 73-70 victory over the Wildcats. It

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Rick Pitino:  Wants Temple To Join Louisville In Big East

Rick Pitino: Wants Temple To Join Louisville In Big East

Late last week Louisville head coach Rick Pitino told Jeff Goodman and Bruce Pearl of “SiriuxXm’s Inside College Basketball”  he still wants Temple to join the Big East with Memphis in the 2013-2014 season. “I’m

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No. 9 Nova Loses Heartbreaker To No. 4 Pitt, 57-54

No. 9 Nova Loses Heartbreaker To No. 4 Pitt, 57-54

The number 10 ranked Villanova Wildcats were trailing the 4th ranked Pittsburgh Panthers by three with the ball and 12 seconds left to go on the clock.  Talented Nova guard, Maalik Wayns took a three-point

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Villanova Takes Over In Second Half To Beat West Virginia 66-50

Villanova Takes Over In Second Half To Beat West Virginia 66-50

The outstanding shooting of the Villanova Wildcats guards, Corey Fisher and Maalik Wayns, was too much for Bob Huggins and his number 25 West Virginia Mountaineers, as the number 12 team in the country won

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Wayns Ignites Wildcats, As Villanova Burns Down Syracuse Zone

Wayns Ignites Wildcats, As Villanova Burns Down Syracuse Zone

Villanova guard Maalik Wayns came out firing, then his teammates joined in as the Villanova Wildcats upset #3 Syracuse, 83-72.  Nova's guards couldn't miss in the first twenty minutes of action. Wayns, especially was sizzling

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Reynolds Becomes First AP All-American To Not Be Drafted

Villanova's talented scoring guard Scottie Reynolds became the first AP All-American to not be drafted since the NBA-ABA merger in 1976.  I find it rather astonishing although I wasn't optimistic about Reynolds' NBA career. There

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