By Pat Gallen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’ll be a tough test for the Wildcats on Saturday. Villanova is going to need the “Wright stuff” for sure against top-seeded Baylor in the sweet sixteen of the NCAA Tournament.

Over the weekend, a lot of top schools with big expectations got their lights punched out– not Villanova. They never gave Cinderella a slipper to stand on.

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But now, the ‘Cats find themselves wearing some unfamiliar underdog shoes.

Head coach Jay Wright knows they have their work cut out for them, although the players are ready for a fight.

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“The good thing about coaching young people 18 to 22, I don’t really think that they think they’re underdogs that often, but as coaches, you definitely know you are,” Wright said.

The Wildcats are seven-point underdogs.

CBS3’s Pat Gallen spoke with CBS Sports analyst Clark Kellogg about Villanova being back in a familiar place and how they can continue their run.

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