Saturday, February 13, 2010


With every game that he lifts Villanova to victory; Scottie Reynolds bolsters his case to be Big East Player of The Year.  Today, Scottie scored 22 points (17 in the second half) to lead The 'Cats over Providence at the Wachovia Center.  With Luke Harangody injured, Scottie has to be the prohibitive favorite for Player of the Year (unless people continue to suck Syracuse's dick and give it to Wesley Johnson.)  Given the lack of a clearly dominant player or team, Scottie may even be able to win one of the National Player of the Year awards.  Scottie is the Acie Law of this season.. The kind of player who will make any shot you need him to make in a difficult situation.  We have been truly blessed to see him over the past four years.

Scottie Watch: With 2075 points for his career, Scottie needs 169 to pass Kerry Kittles to become Villanova's all time leading scorer.


  1. After watching Scottie play since he was a freshman in high school it is a blessing to see him get the accolades he deserves. Any POY award would be great but only as a means to an end...playing at the next level.

  2. Good analysis and thinking Fact. At this point, Scottie's body of work supports POY in the BE and a very solid look at National POY. He is getting more and more known around the country and continues to bolster his resume and ability to put us on his back for nearly every game. As Jay put it after yesterday's game, however, this is also a huge weakness of this Villanova team. Scottie will not be able to always take over in the 2nd Half (see G'town last week and Temple). This is scary. Keep up the great work and analysis.