Jay Wright’s boys are back, looking to defend their crown. It won’t be easy, but it’s possible.
The Lafayette Hill native, whose crime drama “The Infiltrator” is currently in wide release, is equally obsessed with the Eagles, Phillies, Sixers and Flyers.
Philly-based Citizens Bank conducted a survey of 501 people across the country between 18 and 35 who are college grads and currently have student loans.
Thousands showed up to see Jay Wright and Villanova players on their route from 20th and Market to Dilworth Park.
If the team’s going to dump Brett Brown, what better choice than the coach who’s already Philly’s basketball darling?
That short list of greatest days in Philadelphia sports history is woefully short. Point of fact, there are only a dozen such days that can even be considered on the short list of candidates.
Of course, there is going to be a parade; Word is, that parade is going to be in Center City — here’s the case for, and against.
Kris Jenkins hit the shot of his life after a nail-biter of a game, capping what was easily the best year in the school’s history.
After years of uninterrupted growth, combined enrollment at Philly’s 10 Catholic colleges and universities has dropped 8 percent since 2010.