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Randy Foye
Julia Morrill
March 20, 2006
VILLANOVA GUARD
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March 20, 2006

Randy Foye

VILLANOVA GUARD

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On adjusting to the culture at college

At Villanova the majority of people are white, and until my junior year I wasn't able to relate. But now I've seen everything, I can relate to everything. If I watch Comedy Central and there's a white comedian up there, I understand what he's saying. It's funny to me now.

On why he majored in geography

The first semester of my freshman year I took a geography class and had to do a presentation two weeks into school. I never really get nervous for a big game, but I was nervous for this. I tried to talk so fast. I had the paper over my face, but I pulled it down a bit so you could see my eyes. The funny thing was, after class my teacher said I did a good job. That's when I decided to major in geography.

On playing in the NBA next year

Everybody brings it to my attention because agents are always snooping around. I don't think about it because when you do, you start having trouble: You could go into a slump or something. Agents tell players to score more, and you can't listen to that.

On the 1985 Villanova NCAA championship team

A lot of the players come around. Dwayne McClain is always joking, saying, "If our team played your team, we'd kick your butt!" And Coach [Ed] Pinckney is always talking [trash]. But they say that they see something in us that they saw in themselves. --As told to Julia Morrill

FOYE, THE BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR, SCORES 20.1 PPG FOR THE TOP-SEEDED WILDCATS.

? For more from the Foye interview, go to SI.com/Players.

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