The Cavaliers were on fire offensively, shooting over 50 percent from three-point range.
In a time of mass movement across schools, Bennett’s stable approach still seems to be attractive to a set of players.
A monstrous defensive second half allowed the Cavaliers to pull away to a convincing win.
Each team struggled offensively, but rebounding at the end secured the victory for the Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers struggled to defend the paint, and the lack of size finally caught up to the team in a big way.
The Cavaliers turned in a very Bennett-like performance, stifling the Tigers on the defensive end.
A dominant set of first half runs left little doubt in the outcome of the game.
The Cavaliers clawed their way to a win over the Gators in crunch time
The first game of the season proved to be one of experimentation with a roster filled with first-time Cavaliers.
With Coach Tony Bennett entering his 15th season at Virginia, it’s only right to commemorate his crystal anniversary with Virginia basketball with a wedding tradition.
Bond will likely headline the Cavaliers' new contributors due to his redshirt experience.
Among the leaders of the new orange and blue will be Christian Bliss, a four star point guard from Newtown, Penn.
Virginia and college athletics royalty assembled in John Paul Jones Arena Saturday afternoon to commemorate Holland’s life, share fond memories and celebrate his many achievements.
A Virginia graduate himself, Dembitz has been a long time fan of the Cavaliers. After revealing himself as Phony Bennett back in 2018, Dembitz has grown into a staple of the Virginia sports Twitter community.
Holland coached the Cavaliers from 1974-1990 after a successful playing and coaching career at Davidson College.
In light of the Cavaliers' recent loss, let's take a look down memory lane for the losses that stung most.