Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Various Viewpoints From Other Villanova Blogs - Post-ND Edition - and the Prolific VUHoops.com

To the Wildcat faithful-

The other fine blogs who follow the fortunes of Villanova have produced a plethora of thoughts, content, and thought-provoking content over the last two days... Here's the latest edition of Various Viewpoints...

I'll start with the prolific VUHoops.com....
  • They acknowledge Villanova's position as one of the most storied college basketball programs, as we approach the Wildcats' 1500th win in Next Villanova Win = #1500...
At I Bleed Blue & White:
Various Viewpoints

Also, go get the immediate reactions to the impressive victory over Notre Dame:

VUHoops.com has the wrapup in its usual scoreboard headline: Villanova 77: :Notre Dame 60...

Pete at Let's Go 'Nova has Villanova Handles Notre Dame...

I Bleed Blue and White justifiably praises Redding's defensive performance in postGame: Villanova 77, Notre Dame 60 ... Chris writes:
But the player of the game? That’s Reggie Redding, who single handedly (okay, he had a little help) took sharpshooter Kyle McAlarney out of the game. He had just 5 points on 2-7 shooting (just 1-3 from beyond the arc) with most of his shots coming in garbage time. That was a defensive performance for the ages. I can’t say enough about the game that Redding had tonight. He had 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. Vintage Redding.
IBBW also has his usual video clips in Highlights: Villanova-Notre Dame...

greyCat at
Villanova By the Numbers describes the outcome accurately in Notre Dame Post Game -- Good Enough...

Tim at
Nova News puts it thus - Villanova Knocks Out Fighting Irish...

Go Wildcats!


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1 comment:

VUhoops.com said...

Great recap, but you forgot our Blogathon for the Randy Foye Foundation! ;)