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Villanova has released details for the viewing and funeral for Rollie Massimino, who passed away last week. [Read More]
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Al Severance was a footnote in last week's obituaries for Rollie Massimino. But if, like Massimino himself, you see fate in Villanova's improbable run to... [Read More]
Rollie Massimino took the stage surrounded by a band, students, and scores of blue-and-white balloons and delivered a speech as fiery as one of... [Read More]
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NBC10's Matt DeLucia gives us a report on the impact Rollie Massimino had on the Villanova community and beyond. [Read More]
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Friends, family and fans nationwide are remembering Villanova basketball coaching legend Rollie Massamino. Massamino died Wednesday at the age of 82 after a battle with... [Read More]
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The son of an immigrant shoemaker, Mr. Massimino was a brilliant college basketball strategist whose matchup zone defense and patient offense drove opponents to distraction. [Read More]
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The man was complicated, and not universally loved, but there is no denying his abilities as a basketball coach. [Read More]
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Here is how social media reacted to the death of Rollie Massimino. [Read More]
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After his national title at Villanova, he kept going, to Vegas and Cleveland and finally the NAIA. [Read More]
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Rollie Massimino, who led Villanova's storied run to the 1985 NCAA championship and won more than 800 games in his... [Read More]
Rollie Massimino, who won more than 800 games and coached Villanova to an improbable national title in 1985, has died at the age of 82. [Read More]
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Legendary Villanova University basketball coach Roland "Rollie" Massimino died Wednesday at the age of 82. [Read More]
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He pulled off one of the biggest upsets in college hoops history when his Wildcats miraculously won the 1985 National Championship. [Read More]
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While the 82-year-old spent much of his career at Villanova, he was no stranger to Penn. The season before he took the helm with the... [Read More]
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