Well that was a crazy weekend of basketball! I’ll be filling in for Chris this week as the Bomb Cyclone somehow blew him all the way to Vegas.Funny how that works.Enjoy the week off Chris, and please bring some warmer weather back with you! In case you missed it, everyone lost this week.Villanova was the only Top 5 team that didn’t pick up an “L”.In fact, 7 of the Top 10 lost, 11 of the Top 15 lost, 13 of the Top 20 lost, and 16 of the Top 25 lost.That’s just ridiculous! The good news is, this will likely put Villanova back atop the AP poll just in time to welcome Xavier back for, as Chris Mack puts it, “Their annual butt-kicking.”**He didn’t say butt!** In other news, Villanova is good at basketball, the Wildcats will need defense to win it all, and Jay Wright is bringing his radio show to campus tonight.Enjoy! Can Villanova reclaim college basketball’s No.1spot this soon? With No.1ranked Michigan State and No.2Duke losing this week, it stands to reason that the third-ranked Wildcats (14-1) will vault back to No.1in the nation.Jay Wright, Jalen Brunson, Mikal Bridges have Wildcats primed for another deep run | 247 Sports With the help of Jay Wright, here are four reasons why Villanova is again a huge threat to anybody.Villanova’s defense is the key to this season Saturday’s 100-90 victory over Marquette was considered a mark of progress for Villanova, but also highlighted vulnerabilities.Monday’s “Talking Villanova Basketball” Show Moved to Campus | Villanova.com Due to renovations taking place at J.D.McGillicuddy’s Restaurant, the Monday, Jan.8 edition of Talking Villanova Basketball with Jay Wright presented by Hartford Funds radio show will take place in the O’Dea Terrace of the Andrew J.Talley Athletic Center.Can Villanova reclaim college basketball’s No.1spot this soon? With No.1ranked Michigan State and No.2Duke losing this week, it stands to reason that the third-ranked Wildcats (14-1) will vault back to No.1in the nation.College basketball power rankings: A mess ensues when everyone loses | ESPN One team loses, so the next in line moves up.Right? Unless that team loses, and so does the one behind it.Yeah, welcome to a weird college basketball season.