Austin Medley

#6 Villanova Wildcats Overwhelm Albany Great Danes 48-31

The 6th ranked Villanova Wildcats, paced by their talented QB John Robertson who accounted  for 5 touchdowns (2 passing, and 3 running), blasted the visiting Albany Great Danes 48-31 on Saturday night (November 15) at Villanova Stadium. Robertson continued his ascent up the ‘all-time’ lists in a number of career  categories. Most significantly, he climbed […]

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Villanova Wildcats Shock Fordham Rams 50-6 in Home Opener

Lightning struck twice for Villanova on Saturday: once when mother nature delayed the game, and a second time when the Wildcats exploded for 50 points. The Villanova Wildcats hosted the Fordham University Rams on Saturday, September 6th  in their home opener. Last year, Fordham upset Villanova 27 24 early in the season to drop the […]

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Villanova Wildcats Stun Delaware Blue Hens 35-34 to Win Battle of the Blue at PPL Park

 “So you’re telling me there is a chance?” -Lloyd Christmas, ‘Dumb & Dumber’  The Villanova Wildcats entered the fourth quarter trailing the Delaware Blue Hens 34-12 in the ‘Battle of the Blue’ at PPL Park on Saturday, November 23rd. Down by a score of 14-9 at the half, Villanova was outscored 20-3 in the third quarter. Delaware […]

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Villanova Tops William & Mary in Nail Biter, Moves to 2-0 in CAA

Overcoming a sluggish start, and two turnovers by star QB John Robertson, the Villanova Wildcats rallied to beat William & Mary 20-16 on a 1 yard plunge by Robertson with 28 seconds remaining on the game clock. Villanova’s comeback was fueled by a stout defense that limited the Tribe to 109 total yards and two […]

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Villanova Victorious After Duking It Out with JMU in CAA Battle

Villanova, paced by QB John Robertson, RB Kevin Monangai, and a fired up defense, beat the Dukes of James Madison University 35-20 in their final regular season game at Villanova Stadium, on Saturday afternoon, November 10th. Villanova led the 9th ranked Dukes from start to finish. After JMU went three and out on its first […]

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