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After Back-To-Back Wins Over Top-Five Teams, Jay Wright Is Preparing His Team To Be Ready For Attention

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

The college basketball world has been turned upside down this past week thanks to Villanova. The Wildcats had back-to-back victories against a pair of top-five opponents last week. Nova followed its upset of Louisville on Tuesday night by also shocking Syracuse on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats are now 13-7 overall ...

Jay Wright Continues To Excel at Villanova Despite Being In a Tough Conference

Friday, February 18th, 2011

In today’s era of college basketball, the majority of teams rely upon underclassmen because the great players leap to the next level after having just one season, but Villanova is not one of those teams.  This year’s squad is led by senior guards, Corey Stokes and Corey Fisher, and senior ...

Villanova Looks to Overcome Their Late Season Struggles

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Villanova is one of a few sleeper teams that nobody is talking about.  Well I guess losing five out of their last seven games will have people jumping off of the bandwagon but I am on it.  Villanova is one of the more experienced teams with two seniors and two ...

Larry Brown Actually Does An Interesting Interview!

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

As a huge Sixers and NBA fan, I've probably heard a minimum of 200 Larry Brown interviews and press conferences. About 99% of them are more boring than those English Jane Austen movies my wife likes to watch.  He so rarely says anything and he's so monotone that it's usually ...

Easy Ed, Me, And The 85 Cats

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Working in the sports radio world for so many years has given me some good stories to tell my families and friends.  Just random encounters or little nuggets about certain athletes and celebrities.  However, my Ed Pinckney story happened long before I got into sports radio.  I was a freshman ...

I Remember Villanova’s 1985 Title Run Like It Was Yesterday

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

I was a freshman in high school and the Big East was ridiculously dominant.  Georgetown had Patrick Ewing and the meanest, most unlikable team ever.  And their defense was smothering.  St. John's had Chris Mullin, Mark Jackson, and the great Walter Berry.  Syracuse had Pearl Washington.  Boston College had Michael ...

The Wright Stuff

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Listening to Jay Wright, it's very easy to see how he keeps getting good recruiting classes to the Villanova in the suburbs of Philadelphia.  I'm not kidding when I say this, he might be the most likable interview guest I've heard.  It never truly seems like an interview, it just ...

Tuesday Sweet 16 Coaches Recap

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Sports Radio Interviews has searched high and wide the last few days to give you analysis from the coaches still left in the Sweet 16.We've done seven so far in individual postings and here are the first seven in one large posting. This year's Sweet Sixteen is full of huge college ...

Maybe The Hottest Coaching Name In America

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

The Big East has set an NCAA record with five teams from one conference in the Sweet 16.  The East Region has two teams including Pittsburgh and Villanova.  Of the 10 games played by the five remaining Big East teams 8 of them were won by double digits with an ...

NCAA Tournament East Region Inteviews

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

Talk about a tough, competitive region that's hard to confidently pick a winner of. At the top, there's the rough and tumble Panthers of the University of Pittsburgh, who's resume is as complete and polished as any team in the field. Then again though, anybody who's watched Jamie Dixon coached ...