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Latest Jay Wright Items
Xavier's raucous home court almost made up for the absence of the Musketeers' starting center against No. 6 Villanova.
It's been a season of no regrets for Creighton's Doug McDermott.
Marquette was able to accomplish something no other team has this season: hold Villanova's leading scorer James Bell without a point.
Butler kept its beloved mascot, Blue III, home.
Jay Wright had flashbacks to the 1980s watching his team fight through a tough win.
Strong defense makes St. John's a tough opponent, even if the Red Storm don't get a win to show for it.
Ryan Arcidiacono felt he had a great chance to win it at the end of the first overtime. He knew what he was doing when he got another chance.
Creighton apparently has Villanova's number.
After losing two games to Creighton by a combined 49 points, Villanova coach Jay Wright would rather not see the Bluejays again this season.