Monday, February 8, 2016

Talley not reslishing date with William and Mary

Villanova will resume its Colonial Athletic Association schedule by hosting Williams and Mary on Saturday.

Talley not reslishing date with William and Mary


Villanova will resume its Colonial Athletic Association schedule by hosting Williams and Mary on Saturday.

Wildcats coach Andy Talley, who in a rebuilding year has played as many 18 first-year players in games. is not exactly looking forward to facing a Tribe squad that was picked to win the Colonial Athletic Association title.

William and Mary, which last season earned a co-championship in the CAA, and made the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs for the second straight year, returned 13 starters.

``The only thing good about this game is that it's at Villanova," Talley said.

William and Mary is currently 2-2 overall and 0-1 in the CAA. The Tribe has wins over VMI and New Haven, and losses to Virginia and James Madison.

Villanova  is 1-3 and 0-1, with its league loss coming at Towson on Sept.10


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