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  • Notre Dame thinking good 'bye' for ACC tourney

    Notre Dame is in good position for a double-round bye for the upcoming ACC Tournament. But the Irish are aiming higher. "We've talked about the chase for the regular-season championship," Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said. "It's kept us in the moment....
  • State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races

    State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races
    Portending a wild March in Virginia, college basketball’s three most-clustered league races involve teams from the commonwealth. Logjams at the top. Hoards lurking in the shadows. Clashes between contenders on the horizon. Such is life in the...
  • Notebook: Terps, Tar Heels keeping rivalry from ACC days alive

    Notebook: Terps, Tar Heels keeping rivalry from ACC days alive
    When the No. 1 Maryland women meet No. 2 North Carolina in College Park Saturday at noon, it will mark the 20th year of the rivalry, but the first without Maryland in the Atlantic Coast Conference. For both coaches — Maryland's Cathy Reese, who...
  • No. 1 Terps, No. 2 North Carolina no longer ACC foes but retain fierce rivalry

    No. 1 Terps, No. 2 North Carolina no longer ACC foes but retain fierce rivalry
    When the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team meets No. 2 North Carolina in College Park at noon Sunday, it will mark the 20th year of the rivalry but the first without Maryland in the Atlantic Coast Conference. For both coaches -- Maryland’s...
  • Conwright leads No. 7 Florida State past Virginia, 65-56

    Florida State didn't let the sting of its first loss in 40 days linger for long. Maegan Conwright had 12 points and seven assists and shut down red-hot Mikayla Venson in the second half Sunday, leading the seventh-ranked Seminoles to a 65-56 victory...
  • 'Clever' Perrantes leads Virginia over Pitt

    'Clever' Perrantes leads Virginia over Pitt
    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Two days removed from one of the most extraordinary offensive performances of this, or any, ACC basketball season, Pittsburgh encountered the ultimate resistance Monday night: Virginia’s pack-line defense. Shocking, I...
  • Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence

    Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence
    Syracuse was the toast of college basketball a year ago. Jim Boeheim’s Orange was 25-0, ranked No. 1 and applauded for a style rooted in a stifling 2-3 zone defense. Today, Virginia is portrayed by some of the same oracles as the game’s...
  • Duke-Carolina takes top billing in college hoops this week

    One of college basketball's greatest rivalries and a showdown between two Pac-12 powers highlight this week in college basketball. The marquee game is Duke vs. North Carolina. The not-so-friendly neighbors will meet for the first time this season and...
  • Malcolm Brogdon fuels No. 2 Virginia's strong finish in 61-49 win against Pittsburgh

    Malcolm Brogdon fuels No. 2 Virginia's strong finish in 61-49 win against Pittsburgh
    CHARLOTTESVILLE - Just beneath the surface of the consistent, relatively buttoned-down basketball player most people see when they watch Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon, there are hints of a stunningly athletic presence waiting to be released. Don&...
  • Barry Jacobs: Why Duke-UNC rivalry starts so late this year

    So this is what it's come to. The first Duke-North Carolina meeting of the year will occur Wednesday in Durham, N.C., with the ACC regular season nearly two-thirds complete. The return match will come in Chapel Hill, N.C., on March 7. At this rate, if...
  • No. 2 Virginia knocks off Pitt, 61-49

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. No. 2 Virginia may have lost its best player, Justin Anderson, three games ago but that hasn't stopped the Cavaliers from rolling along. The Cavaliers used their strong half-court man-to-man defense to stifle the Panthers' offense...