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The Morning Fast Break (August 10, 2016): Terrence Lewis chooses Iowa State over Marquette

NCAA Basketball: Villanova at Marquette Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Class of 2017 Small Forward Terrence Lewis Picks Iowa State Over Marquette | Anonymous Eagle

Ok, he passed over UNLV and Illinois, too, but let’s focus on what’s important here. On Tuesday evening, Terrence Lewis, a top 100 small forward in the class of 2017, made his verbal commitment to Iowa State. His decision came just seven days after cutting his list to a final four that included Marquette, UNLV, Illinois, as well as the Cyclones.

Darryl Morsell cuts list to 5, including Villanova | VU Hoops

Darryl Morsell took an unofficial visit to Villanova last week for Summer Jam, and today he released his final five schools.

Villanova finishes Spanish tour with 84-58 victory over Select Team | VU Hoops

The Villanova Wildcats have been en fuego on their summer tour of Spain, going 3-0 in Barcelona and Madrid, capping the trip with an 84-58 takedown of a Spanish Select Team this morning at the Real Madrid practice facility. The ‘Cats were led by red-hot senior Josh Hart with 23 points, while sophomore transfer Eric Paschall chipped in 21 points as well.

Marquette Basketball At The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics: 8/8/16 | Anonymous Eagle

Only two games to check on, as the two men’s teams with former Golden Eagles played each other on Monday.

Villanova football ranked 23rd in STATS preseason poll | VU Hoops

The Wildcats will open the 2016 football season — coach Andy Talley’s last -- in the rankings.

Top247 four-star Wabissa Bede down to five | 247Soprts

A stock rising star in July, Wabissa Bede is down to Butler, LaSalle, Massachusetts, Minnesota and Virginia Tech according to Andrew Slater of 247Sports.

Villanova Finishes Spain Sweep |

VUSports Spain correspondent, VUVoice, provides his insights on the Cats third win in Spain, an 84-58 win over Spanish Select.

McCallum: A player not to be overlooked |

Lost in the hype about DePaul landing major transfers in Max Strus and Austin Grandstaff and Blue Demons coach Dave Leitao bringing in a core of solid freshmen (Levi Cook, Brandon Cyrus, Al Eichelberger and Brandon Cyrus), there is a newcomer seemingly getting little love as we approach the 2016-17 season.