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Jay Wright retires as Villanova’s head coach, Fordham’s Kyle Neptune to take over

Jay Wright

Hall of Fame coach Jay Wright announced his retirement as head coach of the Villanova Men’s basketball team. After 21 seasons, four Final Four appearances and two national championships, the legendary coach is stepping down. The legacy of Jay Wright Jay Wright was very successful in his time with the …

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Villanova Takes 2018 National Title Against Michigan

College basketball has another champion to celebrate. Villanova won its second national championship in three years on Monday night after defeating Michigan 79-62. VILLANOVA HAS DONE IT! The Wildcats dominate Michigan to claim the college basketball crown. pic.twitter.com/29Ih3qO70A — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 3, 2018 Game Recap Villanova started off slowly.  Michigan …

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Michigan Ready to Take On Villanova

With the NCAA national championship game nearly here, the Michigan Wolverines are ready to take on the Villanova Wildcats. Michigan’s Road to the Title Game The Michigan Wolverines have had an unusual string of opponents on their way to the national championship game. They have faced a 14-seed, a 6-seed, …

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Jayhawks Rock On to Final Four

After defeating the Duke Blue Devils in overtime, the Kansas Jayhawks are in the Final Four for the first time since 2012. The Road to the Final Four After another great performance by the Jayhawks, here is a recap of their tournament run so far. The Jayhawks earned themselves a …

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Sweet Sixteen Field is Set

The round of 32 has concluded and March Madness continues to roll on with only sixteen teams remaining. Only Two 1-seeds Left After Virginia and Xavier suffered heartbreaking upsets, Kansas and Villanova are the two 1-seeds still standing in the sweet sixteen. Virginia became the first ever 1-seed to lose …

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