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Villanova basketball broadcasts moving to WIP-AM

Villanova has announced that its men's basketball broadcasts starting with the 2012-13 season will be carried on WIP-AM (610).

Villanova basketball broadcasts moving to WIP-AM

Villanova University athletics announced Wednesday that it has signed a multi-year agreement to move its men's basketball and football broadcasts to WIP-AM (610).

The broadcasts kick off with the start of the basketball season on Nov. 9. Villanova football games will move to WIP-AM at the start of the 2013 season; the remainder of the current football schedule will continue on ESPN-AM (950).

WIP also will carry "Talking Villanova Basketball With Jay Wright," a weekly show with the Wildcats' coach that will begin in December, and a similar show with football coach Andy Talley starting in 2013.

The deal was reached in conjunction with IMG, the broadcast rights partner with the Wildcats' athletic department.

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"We're so happy to welcome WIP to the Villanova family," Wright said. "WIP is a big part of the sports scene in Philly and we're excited to now be part of the team."

--Joe Juliano

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