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Interview with Stephen A. Smith

If you’re a sports fan then you already know the name Stephen A. Smith. He is boisterous, opinionated, and highly intelligent. Locally he spent over a decade working for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Nationally he appears on several TV shows on ESPN, can be heard on numerous radio shows (including his new show on Sirius XM), […]

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Villanova Loses Second Straight Overtime Game as UCONN Escapes with Win

For the second straight game, the Villanova Wildcats lost an overtime battle against a Big East rival at the Wells-Fargo Center, falling to the University of Connecticut Huskies 73-70. Just like the previous game (less than 48 hours earlier to Notre Dame), the Wildcats held a big lead early in the contest that evaporated before […]

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Villanova vs. Penn: Another Wild Big Five Win for Wildcats

After playing, perhaps, their best half of basketball of the young 2011-12 season, and taking a commanding 38-20 halftime lead, the Villanova Wildcats hung on to beat a tenacious Penn Quakers  team 73-65 at the Pavilion on Saturday night. Mouphtaou Yarou led the way for Villanova with a double-double, scoring 21 points and pulling down […]

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Villanova Basketball Announces Partial Schedule for 2011-12 Season

The Villanova Wildcats basketball team will appear on ESPN networks a total of 17 times this season as part of the Big East television package, including a February 20th game against the defending national champion UCONN Huskies on Big Monday. Head coach Jay Wright and the Wildcats will also be showcased on CBS against the […]

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Phillies vs. Mets: Halladay Pitches Complete Game to Earn 2-1 Win

On a beautiful day in Philadelphia the Philadelphia Phillies took on the New York Mets in the second game of a three game series. The Phillies won the first game behind two home-runs (including a grand-slam) by Ryan Howard and a nice outing by Vance Worley who got the start in place of Joe Blanton […]

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