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ATLANTA - As toy cows fell from the sky and "Eat More Tigurz" posters abounded, the Virginia football team entered its first bowl game in four years searching for a Chick-fil-A-sponsored fairy tale. A combination of special teams snafus and a heavy dose of Southeastern Conference speed, however, ended the Cavaliers' dream-like season with a nightmarish 43-24 loss to Auburn.
DURHAM, N.C. - It's 9 a.m. on a Friday, and I wake up in a random Duke common room to the sound of someone making spaghetti. I've just spent the past six hours tossing and turning on an uncomfortable love seat and startled in and out of sleep by someone taking out the trash seven times before the crack of dawn. It's a dubious start to any morning, but add in the still fresh memories of Mason Plumlee pummeling Virginia and Coach K's smarmy smile after win No. 914, and the day is a downright disaster.
For the second time in as many days, Virginia coach Tony Bennett announced that one of his players will leave the Cavalier basketball program. One day after sophomore guard KT Harrell departed, redshirt freshman forward James Johnson told Bennett Saturday that he intends to transfer as well.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett announced Friday that sophomore guard KT Harrell is leaving the Cavalier basketball program and intends to transfer.
After Virginia Tech finished pounding his football team into oblivion, Virginia coach Mike London said he told players to feel "disappointed."
In an early midweek game against Winthrop which even the band's tuba section missed, the Cavalier offense almost forgot to show up as well. The Virginia men's basketball team trailed the upstart Eagles 44-41 with 10:30 to play, but a typically tough defensive effort and a career-high 17 points from junior guard Jontel Evans carried the Cavaliers to a 69-48 victory at John Paul Jones Arena.
Every Saturday, certain Scott Stadium staples highlight the crowd. There are the two reincarnated Thomas Jeffersons that break it down on the Jumbotron and the two unidentified students sporting full body orange suits who run loose on the hill.
The Virginia men's basketball team opened its season with a 75-38 win against South Carolina State at John Paul Jones Arena yesterday, but coach Tony Bennett rated the performance as just "OK."
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - All week, Virginia coach Mike London downplayed the postseason implications of Saturday's matchup with Maryland, but after four years of frustration, players could not ignore the possibility of a bowl berth.
Senior guard Sammy Zeglinski still has nightmares about last year's ACC Tournament.
Whatever difficulties Mike London and the Virginia football team have endured this season pale in comparison to Al Golden's trial by fire during his first season as Miami's head coach.
After upsetting then-No. 12 Georgia Tech, Virginia football coach Mike London emphasized avoiding a letdown against N.C. State Saturday. He repeatedly warned his team of the dangers of falling flat, but the offense nevertheless turned in 60 minutes of generally sluggish, sloppy play and, with the help of a few seconds of defensive breakdowns, doomed the Cavaliers (4-3, 1-2 ACC) to a 28-14 loss.
Baseball America ranked Virginia baseball coach Brian O'Connor's recruiting class the eighth best in the country yesterday.
After claiming two singles titles during last weekend's U.Va. Fall Classic, the Virginia men's tennis team returns to the Snyder Tennis Center tomorrow to host the ITA Atlantic Regional.
Perry Jones said he looked down, looked up and suddenly saw "20,000 people on the field."
Entering Saturday's matchup against Idaho, sophomore quarterback Michael Rocco said the Virginia football squad "came out thinking we were the better team."
The last time the Virginia women's cross country team competed, it earned a perfect score of 15 by sweeping the first seven finishes at the Lou Onesty Open.
The No. 21 Virginia men's golf team captured the VCU Shootout in record-setting fashion this weekend by posting a program-best 27-under 837 at Hermitage Country Club.
For an instant, senior wide receiver Kris Burd seemed to secure freshman quarterback David Watford's fourth-and-four pass. Virginia trailed Southern Mississippi 30-24 with less than a minute left but stood just 50 yards from a game-winning touchdown.
The play-by-play section of a box score is a familiar sight for any seasoned football fan. Before Matt Welsh and I road-tripped to Chapel Hill for our first Virginia away game, we decided to record our own play-by-play of the events prior to kickoff. Spoiler alert: we missed said kickoff. The timeline went something like this: