Penn Makes History With Win Over Villanova, Curry’s Moon Landing Conspiracy

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The Penn Quakers made history on Tuesday night defeating #17 Villanova Wildcats for the first time since December 10th, 2002. Villanova’s 15 game win streak over the Quakers came to an end thanks to terrific coaching by Steve Donahue and 16 points each from AJ Brodeur and Antonio Woods. After the game, Donahue said, “Still digesting this and catching my breath. So incredibly proud of our guys. There are no words to accurately describe this group of young men. The good news is, we still have a lot of basketball left to play this season. Thank you to everyone who attended, watched, etc.!” Penn 78, Villanova, 75.

Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry is the latest NBA star to support a conspiracy theory. Speaking with The Ringer’s “Winging It” podcast’s co-hosts Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore about the moon landing. Curry said he’s not convinced the moon landing actually happened. NASA has offered to tour Curry when he’s in Houston saying, “There’s lots of evidence NASA landed 12 American astronauts on the Moon from 1969-1972.”Curry indicated he’d take them up on the offer to tour.

 

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