5 Reasons Why Virginia Deserved No. 1 Seed in 2014 NCAA Tournament


Virginia Cavaliers Dominate On Glass In Win At Georgia Tech


It’s gotten to the point where the Virginia Cavaliers don’t even need to play a full 40 minutes each game to dispose of the most of the teams in the ACC. On Saturday afternoon, the Cavaliers were struggling at the […]

London Perrantes Shines in Virginia Cavaliers’ Rout of North Carolina


In recent years, there haven’t been too many times where the Virginia Cavaliers have been able to enjoy a relatively easy win over the North Carolina Tar Heels. But it happened Monday night, as Virginia improved to 5-1 in the […]

Virginia Cavaliers Are The Real Deal In ACC Despite Bitter Loss At Duke


In the short term, the ride back to Charlottesville, VA from Durham, NC is going to be a bitter, quiet one for the Virginia Cavaliers. Down 11 in the final four minutes, the Cavaliers took a one-point lead in the […]

Virginia’s Defense Triumphs vs. Florida State Despite Joe Harris’ Injury

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Virginia Cavaliers guard Joe Harris left the game during the second minute, as an apparent head injury and possible concussion sidelined him for the remainder of the game. This did not stop Virginia  from delivering a gritty defensive performance, holding […]

Virginia’s Joe Harris Continues to Struggle in Loss to Wisconsin

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It wasn’t supposed to happen like this for Virginia. They’ve only lost two games so far this season, but very few people can argue that they’ve been one of the most disappointing teams early in the year, most recently in a […]

Virginia Basketball: No Excuses for Losing

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Virginia senior Joe Harris is one of the best college scorers in the nation. He is a tenacious driver to the basket, can hit shots from anywhere on the court and is a team leader through his play and emotion. […]

Virginia’s Game Against VCU is a Measuring Stick

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There are high expectations for the Virginia Cavaliers heading into the 2013-14 season, as the Cavaliers entered the season ranked in the top-25 and opened the season with a 20-point win over James Madison. While that was an easy win […]

Virginia Cavaliers: Preview and Prediction for 2013-14 Season

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They say slow and steady wins the race. It also makes for somewhat boring basketball. However, the Virginia Cavaliers don’t care what people think. Fifth year head coach Tony Bennett has employed a slow-down style of basketball in Charlottesville, and […]

Virginia Cavaliers Forward Akil Mitchell Breaks Hand, Suffers Off-Season Setback

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On Wednesday afternoon, the Virginia Cavaliers announced that freshman guard Taylor Barnette had made the decision to transfer elsewhere. In addition, reports surfaced that junior-to-be forward Akil Mitchell has suffered a broken hand and is expected miss the next 4-6 […]

Bubble Watch: Virginia Deserves to be in the Field of 68

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Virginia is projected as one of the first four teams out of the field of 68 by ESPN’s Joe Lunardi, but the Cavaliers deserve to be celebrating come tonight. Despite a loss to North Carolina State in their first game […]

Virginia Will Upset No. 3 Duke

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No. 3 Duke heads on the road to take on a very good Virginia team desperate for a resume building win.  This is the best and last chance before the ACC tournament the Cavaliers will have to make a statement […]