Norman White

Villanova vs. Rhode Island: Wildcats batter Rams in CAA opener 31-10

To borrow a line from ex-New York Yankees great Lawrence “Yogi” Berra, it was deja vu all over again, at Villanova Stadium on Saturday afternoon (September 15th, 2012). The Wildcats battered the Rhode Island Rams 31-10 by completely dominating the second half, to the delight of the Parents’ Weekend crowd. Just as they did a […]

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Villanova vs. Fordham: Wildcats Run Rampant in Rain, Beat Rams in Home Opener

The Villanova Wildcats hosted the Fordham Rams in their home opener on September 8th, on a rainy Saturday night. Due  to  the  stormy weather, the kickoff was pushed back two hours. The  teams last met in December 2002 when the Wildcats downed the Rams 24-10. Fordham drove 91 yards in 18 plays on its first […]

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Villanova vs. Monmouth: Wildcats Woes Won’t End

The 0-2 Villanova Wildcats entertained the 0-1 Monmouth Hawks in their home opener at Villanova stadium on Saturday. Beset by injuries, the Wildcats started Chris Polony, a true freshman, at quarterback. Villanova, an extemely young and inexperienced team, struggled mightily before succumbing to the Hawks 20-9. The Wildcats did not pick up a first down […]

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3rd Annual Mayor’s Cup: Temple Makes It Two in a Row Over Villanova

The local college football season kicked off on Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field as the Temple Owls, under new head coach Steve Addazio (the former Florida offensive coordinator) took on the Villanova Wildcats, coached by Andy Talley, in the 3rd annual Mayor’s Cup game. The Owls, coming off back- to-back winning seasons for the […]

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Villanova Football 2011: Wildcats Wild Outlook

For the past several years, the Villanova football team, coached by Andy Talley, has provided its fans with thrills galore,  memorable moments (including foremost, the 2009 National Championship), and an expectation that the Wildcats will continue to play and excel at a very high level. Gone however are many of the mainstays of the past three […]

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