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Randy Foye went back to Villanova to relive his college career.
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But the long story tradition of college best longer Philadelphia including -- -- bottled water -- Villanova but evidenced by what Griese and about the babysitter. Which helped both the men's and women's basketball facility. Ready for a good forty years at Villanova. Last year the school retired his number two Jersey re join the likes of national champion Roger McNamee no it's hit me. Yesterday already showed us around campus you reflect on playing games for the always fight the good. The atmosphere was crazy because it's tight. Is small we put a lot of games down at the Wachovia Center floor Wells Fargo now. And this is really loud man student section isn't who has. This -- -- student section it is C champs and that was very hoops crazy in the city to another level because zone. Legislated to score now at least in the planet NBA seem like the NBA courses are much bigger even though the same because you know an out of part of it is so tight. And that's something that we. We fed off and we played really well. My best personal game here. -- Sorry Blake losing is Oklahoma but yeah. We played Oklahoma and here they were number. We were number four in the country name -- number five Muncie. And I think -- are older brother was playing. I think I have like 32. And I had a license crazy like -- lose and finishes and dunks at the basket so. It was against Oklahoma you know. And that was not nothing does my career and Collison -- While basketball Villanova certainly should Randy as a player it was as experienced as a student on campus -- -- attempts. As a person especially after a very troubling childhood growing up in New Jersey. Some of the challenges that I face when I was a kid -- was you know losing both my parents. Early on my parents. My mom's been -- and my father died in the motorcycle accident and just being kind of moved around from you know it's been. Home teams and things like that so it -- it was real tough -- so -- to get to high school was. You know we'll graduate from high school this. So it's a big thing in my -- my household because I think I was like the third person or second person to graduate from high school -- off him. From my upbringing I really didn't think I would go to Cubs. His foot just because how tough it was. Just trying to make it's high school and things like that so. I felt as though college Sousa was in the distance away in the distance from me. Obviously had a gift so I used a gift. And and made the best --