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OH GOOD heavens. It really is over, isn't it? I just started to type the second line of my byline - the one that in four years has morphed from "staff writer" through "sports editor" to the oh-so has-been "columnist" - and I realized I don't get a title anymore.
I do not hail from a family of sportsmen. My father's usual Sunday afternoon companions are a good book and the living room couch, not John Madden and the Fox NFL crew.
The NCAA men's basketball tournament is often more than enough to fill my yearly quota of underdogs and sentimental favorites.
Cavalier Daily coverage of Virginia track and field
Official web site of Virginia track and field
Official report of Virginia 2020 strategic planning task force
Official website of Duke men
Official web site of Longwood College men's basketball
Cavalier Daily coverage of Virginia men
Cavalier Daily coverage of Virginia men's basketball
Official ACC men's basketball website
Official NCAA basketball website
Major League Baseball official site
As I, Virginia fan No. 655,321, sat on my couch and watched the Cavalier men's basketball team struggle to catch up to Florida State Saturday afternoon, a knot began forming in the pit of my stomach.
Official website of the Major League Baseball Association
After a frenzied first month on the job, Virginia football coach Al Groh delivered a solid recruiting class of 18 future Cavaliers.
When the national signing period opened Wednesday, Groh received letters of intent from all but two of the recruits who gave verbal commitments to his predecessor, George Welsh, and added three recruits of his own.
Tight end Patrick Estes of Richmond's Benedictine High and safety Randy Jones from Richmond Senior High in Rockingham, N.C., headline the class.
Cavalier Daily coverage of Virginia women
In the hoopla that surrounded the coronation of Al Groh as Virginia's new football coach, Athletic Director Terry Holland whispered the magic words.
This, evidently, is what it has come to. Kerry Collins and Trent Dilfer are your Super Bowl quarterbacks.
Either Collins, a man paraded before the American sporting public not too long ago as a redneck, racist drunk, or Dilfer, who failed miserably as the last piece of the puzzle in Tampa Bay, will join the likes of Namath, Bradshaw and Montana as a championship-winning quarterback.
Groh Returns Home Special
CD Online Football Coverage
When the Virginia football team heads to Hawaii for its Christmas bowl game, it will be facing an opponent that has become all too familiar over the last five years.
CD Online football
Virginia Tech football website
2000 ACC football roster
CD Online Men's
for Long Island men's basketball