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Virginia Cavaliers

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  • With UNC next, Virginia has no time to stew over loss to Duke

    With UNC next, Virginia has no time to stew over loss to Duke
    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Every streak ended Saturday for Virginia’s basketball team Saturday night. In shocking fashion at that. Every winning streak, every defensive streak, every ACC streak.
  • No. 4 Duke uses late 3-point flurry to pin first loss on No. 2 Virginia

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. More than 5,000 Virginia fans streamed into John Paul Jones Arena at 9 a.m. Saturday for ESPN's College GameDay show. Former Cavaliers star Ralph Sampson appeared, high-fiving students. Virginia coach Tony Bennett arrived later,...

    U.Va. basketball revels in ESPN College GameDay

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Nine hours before the largest basketball game here in decades, thousands of Virginia faithful streamed into John Paul Jones Arena to celebrate the Cavaliers and pose for ESPN’s College GameDay cameras. The students, you...

    Off to 19-0 start, No. 2 Virginia poised to follow ACC title with a bigger run under Bennett

    Tony Bennett guided Virginia to its first Atlantic Coast Conference championship in 38 years with a foundation in defense, smart play and hard work. A season later, the No. 2 Cavaliers are off their best start since the Ralph Sampson era. In a league...

    Frustrating Okafor is No. 2 Virginia's first priority in marquee matchup against No. 4 Duke

    His team has had six days to prepare for No. 4 Duke and 6-foot-11 Jahlil Okafor in the season's most highly anticipated Atlantic Coast Conference game, and though unrelenting defense is Virginia coach Tony Bennett's mantra, another harsh reality may...