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NEWARK, Del. -- Zach Bednarczyk threw for four touchdowns as Villanova closed its season with a 41-10 win over Delaware on Saturday.Bednarczyk was 13 of 17 for 195 yards passing for the Wildcats (8-3, 6-2 Colonial Athletic Association). They finish the season two games behind CAA leader James Madison and tied with New Hampshire.Matt Gudzak ran for 121 yards and a score on 13 carries. He also caught a touchdown pass.Bednarczyk threw a 34-yard touchdown to Changa Hodge, a 54-yard scoring strike to Gudzak and hit Ryan Bell for another touchdown to help lift the Wildcats to a 27-10 lead at halftime. They held Delaware scoreless in the second half.Joe Walker had 111 yards and a score on 7-of-14 passing for the Blue Hens (4-7, 2-6).It was coach Andy Talleys final regular-season game at Villanova. He has 228 wins in 32 seasons with the Wildcats. Kole Calhoun Jersey . Artturi Lehkonen, Joni Nikko and Ville Leskinen had the other goals for Finland (1-0) while Juuse Saros stopped 28 shots. 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Thats the prospect he is faced with as he returns there to face Rangers in the Scottish Cup this Saturday and he admits leaving the former champions was the best thing he could have done.Hemmings will spearhead Dundees attack in the quarter-final tie live on Sky Sports 2 as he takes on his former employers almost three years after leaving them. The match represents a fresh opportunity to make his mark at a venue where he had high hopes of impressing as a youngster.Although he was born and raised in the Midlands, he was brought up supporting Aston Villa and Rangers - the latter because of his mums partner at the time.When he later signed for them in 2008, Hemmings showed promise as he became a regular scorer in the clubs youth sides. Hemmings also scored 24 times for Cowdenbeath as he was the Scottish Championship Player of the Year in 2013/14 Yet when he stepped up into the senior team - sampling European football in the Champions League qualifiers against Malmo then playing SPL and Third Division games - he struggled.Hemmings struck only once in 10 Rangers appearances in a match against Queens Park and consequently failed to secure a new contract.In the time since, he has won a Championship Player of the Year award after 24 goals in a season at Cowdenbeath, had a spell with Barnsley and netted 20 times this term for Dundee.While Hemmings didnt reach the heights he wanted to at Rangers, the 23-year-old has warned their fans hes a far better player these days than the one they used to cheer on. He said: My mums partner for six or seven years was a big Rangers fan so I was actually brought up supporting the club and I was desperate to do well for them.But now I want to go there, hopefully score and win the game - not just because were playing against Rangers but because weve a chance to get to the semi-finals of the cup.Theres a day at Hampden up for grabs so I want to go there and win and if I score all the better.Things could definitely have worked out differently for me at Rangers but its just one of those things that they didnt. Dundee manager Paul Hartley says theyll have to be at their best to beat Rangers in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals I dont really look back at that with any regret.dddddddddddd In the end, leaving was probably the best thing that could have happened to me.If I had stayed, I maybe wouldnt have played whereas I got a good year under my belt at Cowdenbeath and that allowed me to get a move to Barnsley.I felt I progressed 10 times over as a player while I was there compared with what I was before and Im not sure that would have happened had I stayed at Rangers.I have scored at Ibrox before but it was in the Youth Cup and Ive never done it in a first-team game so it would be nice to change that this weekend. Hemmings only scored once at Rangers before leaving the club in 2013 I should have done it in front of a full house a couple of times already. I missed a couple of sitters against Stirling Albion and I do regret the fact I didnt put at least one of them away.If either of them had gone in the back of the net it could have been a completely different situation for me now at Rangers but they never went in.Im a believer that everything happens for a reason. Things have worked out well for me away from Ibrox instead and it is strange how things go in football sometimes. Also See: Dundee set up Gers tie Gers ready for Dundee test Hartley not drawn on comments Hemmings player of the month ' ' '

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