In what it turns out may have been a bit of foreshadowing,
last month we wrote this after Cullen Jenkins signed with the Giants: Now if Mike Patterson were to wind up in
Dallas next, that could be a bitter pill to swallow. While the Eagle of eight
seasons didn’t do that exactly, it’s close.
Patterson will be joining Jenkins up in New York, making it awfully
difficult to root for the guy moving forward. He didn’t have the same
following some of other long-time Eagles veterans from the Andy Reid era did, so it
likely won’t make you feel as queasy as when Donovan McNabb was first traded to
the Redskins for instance.
But still, why’s it gotta be like this, Patt?
On the bright side Patterson’s never quite been an impact
player, and we don’t see him turning the corner now, so it’s not like anybody
needs to be overly concerned the Eagles will see him twice a year. He should
have some tread left on the tires though, and if that’s the case, he will help
Mike Patterson will help the Giants. Doesn’t sound right.
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As many citizens in Puerto Rico continue to struggle with the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, Villanova basketball has decided to use its platform to raise money for relief.
The Villanova men’s and women’s teams will host an exhibition doubleheader Nov. 1 at the Jake Nevin Field House, with all ticket sales benefiting the organization “Unidos Por Puerto Rico.” Villanova is also encouraging fans to make additional donations at this website.
The Wildcats women's team will play East Stroudsburg (Division II) at 6 p.m. The men’s team will follow, with a contest against Drexel at 8:30 p.m.
“The impact of Hurricane Irma on our fellow citizens of Puerto Rico has been tragic,” Villanova athletic director Mark Jackson said. “We are grateful that the NCAA is permitting its members to participate in making donations in this unique way as we get ready for the college basketball season. I hope the Nova Nation will join us in supporting this relief effort.”
The men’s team, ranked No. 6 nationally in the preseason USA Today Coaches Poll, was upset by Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season after a national championship campaign in 2015-16.
The Villanova women finished last season 20-15 overall, making a run to the semifinals of the WNIT before falling to Michigan, 65-11.
Both teams start the regular season Nov. 10, with the women visiting Hartford and the men taking on Columbia at the Wells Fargo Center.