Villanova Wildcats: Biggest Surprise of 2013-14 College Basketball Season
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The No. 14 Villanova Wildcats defeated the Pennsylvania Quakers in a game that saw Villanova take control early. Interestingly enough, the Quakers out-rebounded the Wildcats, but were unable to match Villanova’s superior scoring ability. Darrun Hilliard led the team with […]

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Villanova Losses To Connecticut

Coming into the NCAA tournament, many people were skeptical of Villanova receiving a two seed, especially after they were bounced from the Big East tournament by Seton Hall in their first game. Villanova proved those people right Saturday, as they were handled, […]

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Record: 28-4 RPI: 6 BPI: 6 Conference: Big East Conference How They Qualified: At-Large Berth Region: No. 2 seed in East   The Villanova Wildcats probably weren’t expected to be this good, but they are. The Wildcats proved early on they were […]

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There are virtually three locks for number-one seeds in the upcoming NCAA tournament. The fourth number-one seed has been up for grabs for a while now. Coming into today the Villanova Wildcats were the projected fourth number-one seed. After their […]

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Jay Wright and the Villanova Wildcats are ready for March Madness. After beating an inspired Xavier Musketeers squad at the Cintas Center 77-70, the Wildcats (27-3) are the Big East regular season champion and have a outside shot at clinching a no. 1 seed […]

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If any team needs a road map on how to beat the Villanova Wildcats in the NCAA tournament, look no further than Wednesday’s game against the Butler Bulldogs. Although the Wildcats were able to pull away in the second half […]

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Pay attention, future athletic directors. If you want to make money for your school and have it ranked nationally in basketball, go get a young charismatic guy who can coach and recruit. Easier said than done, but Villanova followed that […]

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Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

The Big East was long heralded as the best basketball conference that featured scintillating rivalries and produced timeless classics, but the departure of landmark schools has rendered the Big East to mediocre status. While the conference lacks big name schools, […]

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Howard Smith-USA Today Sports

A heavy thunderstorm surrounded the Pavilion when No. 11 Villanova hosted Providence, and the Wildcats replicated the weather by raining threes on their conference opponents en route to a 91-61 victory. The Wildcats (13-1, 2-0 in Big East) went 14-of-26 […]

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