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The Fast Break: July 28, 2015

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Wisconsin State Assembly Passes Milwaukee Arena Bill - Anonymous Eagle

Governor Scott Walker, get your signing pen ready. On Tuesday afternoon, the Wisconsin State Assembly passed the Milwaukee arena bill by a vote of 52-34. The bill was the exact same one that cleared the Senate on July 15th, as no amendments to the bill were added by the Assembly. The bill now moves to the governor's office to be signed into law, and since Governor Walker has long been banging the drum to get this project passed, it should just be a matter of time before that happens.

July Eval Period: Major Storylines - Scout.com

After a busy July watching the top players in the country at places like North Augusta, Ga., Duncanville, Tex., Atlanta, Ga., and Las Vegas, Scout takes a look at the biggest storylines from the month. Who raised their stock? Who were the top performers?

Villanova QB John Robertson's pregame meal is amazing - VU Hoops

He eats like a little kid before he goes out and destroys the FCS every weekend. How does he have the energy? The legend grows!

CAA Media Day: Villanova Football preseason #1, Robertson & Cherry preseason players of the year - VU Hoops

The CAA's Media Day is being held at M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens) today, and it's been a good day so far for the Villanova football team. The preseason poll (voted on by coaches and media relations reps) was released and Villanova landed the top spot. With national championship hopes, it's no surprise to see them here, but as always the CAA comes in with multiple Top-25 teams and will be a grind.

Milliken makes return as Jays prep for Italy trip - Omaha World-Herald

Creighton guard James Milliken needed but two words to sum up his return to the practice court. "About time."

Newcomer Scott Poised to Make an Impact at the Next Level - DePaulBlueDemons.com

In a lot of ways, DePaul is the university of opportunity---especially for first-generation students who become the first in their family to earn a college degree. Freshman forward Frederick Scott has come to Lincoln Park ready for another kind of opportunity---to join the ranks of unheralded high school basketball prospects that blossomed at the next level.

Exclusive Interview with Kris Dunn: Part 2 - PC Athletics YouTube Page

Part 1 can be found here, while Part 2 can be found above.