Rounding up the local weekend of college football, with Fraud Five and Mike Kern's Top 10
Villanova closes out a season that was scuttled by injuries with its first win in over a month, against a Delaware team that it's owned and was trying to make the FCS playoffs.
Villanova showed off its shooting ability, making 11 of its first 13 shots, including 9 of 11 from the arc. The Wildcats can do that, even when the opponent isn't a Lafayette.
"If Villanova was bad, people who played wouldn't want their kids coming through having the same experience,'' freshman Sam Carangi says.
Justin Watson, who will go down as one of the all-timers, will play his last game Saturday at Franklin Field against Cornell.
Not much has gone right for Villanova this season, but the Wildcats have one last chance to take something positive with them when they host Delaware on Saturday.
Wrapping up the local college football weekend, with Mike Kerns Top 10 and Fraud Five
Villanova's first-year center showed what he brings - in the second half.
Jay Wright was able to tinker with his starting lineup and begin the team's latest journey to March.
The Wildcats junior was named to the Associated Press first team in voting by national media.
Wrapping up the local football weekend, with Mike Kern's Top 10 and Fraud Five
Villanova loses its third straight, 22-0 to Richmond, to fall out of the FCS playoff discussion.
Sixth-ranked Villanova played Drexel in an NCAA-sanctioned charity exhibition game Wednesday night at the Jake Nevin Field House. Here's a few quick thoughts.