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Wrangling over hello Saint John seventy one sixty Villanova built a thirteen point lead in the first tab before St John's cut the lead to two before halftime it was fifty three fifty one Wildcats when Villanova won on the seven oh run and outscored the red storm to stretch sixteen the five leading the way rollover was sitting very wide twenty three points Justin Moore added twenty one meanwhile Rasheem Dunn had twelve for St John's twelve right will never be the same John seventy one sixty at Bangor Villanova