The struggles continue on the Main Line: Villanova sits at 1-7 on the season as they get ready to host Maine on Saturday.
Taylor Heinicke threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another in a 30-point first half as Old Dominion routed Villanova 37-14 on Saturday.
Trailing 10-6 midway through the third quarter, James Madison erupted for four touchdowns — two each in the third and fourth quarters — and pulled away from Villanova for a 34-10 victory Saturday in Colonial Athletic Association play.
Last week’s 47-17 loss to New Hampshire dropped Villanova to 1-5 on the season, and it won’t get any easier on Saturday against #13 James Madison.
Kevin Decker threw three touchdowns and ran for another, leading New Hampshire to an easy win over Villanova, 47-17, on Saturday.
After a hard fought loss to William & Mary last weekend, the Villanova Wildcats take to the road on Saturday to visit nationally the ranked University of New Hampshire.
Jonathan Grimes scored two touchdowns and Drake Kuhn kicked two late field goals as William & Mary edged Villanova 20-16 on Saturday.
“They’re not averaging a lot of points yet,” Coach Andy Talley says of William & Mary, “but they have the best defense in the league and it’s been a game that’s always been a rough one for us.”
The Wildcats are a very uncharacteristic 0-3, while the Quakers lost their season opener last week in uncharacteristic fashion, 37-12, at home to Lafayette.
The Villanova Wildcats sit at 0-2 after last week’s 31-10 loss to Towson.
Not a whole lot went right for Villanova in that season-opening 42-7 loss to Temple in the “Mayor’s Cup” game last Thursday.
The college football season in Philadelphia kicks off tonight at Lincoln Financial Field, as Temple and Villanova battle for the Mayor’s Cup.
While the Wildcats are a national power, there are a lot of new faces on this roster, and many of the players who have been integral to their success in recent years have moved on.
Teddy Conrad, a running back on the Ursinus Bears football team, took the step of donating blood stem cells to try and save a life.
It’s a spring of change for the Villanova Wildcats, as they are beginning life without a senior class that helped them enjoy an incredible run of success the last four years.