Ben concludes his tenure at The Cavalier Daily.
Present Day Me: Hey, are you guys all here?
2008 Me: Yo yo, I’m here.
1999 Me: Hi all!
1994 Me: unintelligible
Present Day Me: OK, cool.
Last year I wrote a ghost story about you loosely based on Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol” and somehow passed it off as a column unimaginatively titled “A LeBron James Ghost Story.” I’m not going to recapitulate exactly what it entailed, but just know that the phantasmagoric world that I limned in that column did not present a very flattering image of you, to say the least.
Let’s talk about the Dunk Contest — an event that I’d bet inhabits a soft spot in the vast majority of your hearts.
It is 5:30 p.m. Sunday. I’m somehow still exceedingly hungover , and for the last five hours I have been switching channels back and forth between Super Bowl pregame drivel, the Hoos falling apart against Georgia Tech and the Puppy Bowl.
I write about sports for our school paper — and have done so for the last three years — because I am a fan.
The Virginia men’s soccer team fell 3-1 to New Mexico Sunday evening in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, ending the team’s season.
The Virginia men’s soccer team earned a dramatic victory against Patriot League champion Lafayette in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday afternoon.
The Virginia men’s soccer team will host Patriot League Champion Lafayette Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Virginia men’s soccer team earned an at-large bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament and will host Lafayette, the Patriot League Champions, at 1:30 p.m.
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