It's a different scoring leader every night for the Wildcats, whether it is Ennis against Illinois, Josh Hart against Saint Joseph's, or Kris Jenkins against Delaware. They take comfort in knowing that if one guy is having an off game, there are at least five other players ready to take over on any given night.
Villanova is ranked 7th in the nation, and is doing so because of their ability to share the ball and attack on defense. Ochefu has been a dominating force down low, averaging 1.6 blocks and 7.3 rebounds per game. But what has really stood out for Villanova on defense has been their perimeter play. Five players are averaging over a steal a game, with Hilliard leading the team with 2.1 spg.
Villanova looks to be way out in front of the pack in the Big Five as well, recently defeating La Salle and Saint Joseph's. With Temple coming up on Sunday, look for the Wildcats to try an reach a 10-0 start while maintaining a perfect Big Five record.
By: Dan Goggin
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