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Bracketology: Virginia marches South

With a coveted spot atop the South Region in play, Virginia benefited from Tennessee’s loss at Kentucky on Saturday night.  By a narrow margin, UVA moved to No. 148 more words

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THE ACC REGULAR SEASON TITLE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN IT SEEMS

There is currently a log jam at the top of the ACC standings. The top seven teams are only separated by 3 games, with Duke 1 game up at the top of the heap and Virginia and North Carolina tied at 9-2. 265 more words

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Virginia students can't stop making half-court shots on College GameDay

During each episode of ESPN’s weekly College GameDay college basketball show, a student is given a chance to win $19,000 by sinking a half-court shot within 18 seconds. 135 more words

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Kids Keep Making Halfcourt Shots During "College GameDay" at Virginia

There must be something special about the mid-court stripe at the University of Virginia’s John Paul Jones Arena that gives ordinary students incredible athletic prowess. How else would one explain the freakish ability Cavaliers fans have channeled when it comes to sinking 47-foot shots on ESPN’s… 166 more words

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Seed List: Breaking down the top line

Who’s the best team in college basketball?  It’s a tough question, with four or five terrific options.  Who’s the team with the best resume among those five?   447 more words

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Bracketology: Five teams, four spots for top line

Someone had to be the odd man, i.e. team, out this morning.  Try as I might, there simply wasn’t a way to fit five teams into four slots on the top seed line.   210 more words

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The Virginia Cavaliers are Drawing Us in Again

The Virginia Cavaliers are back. Or rather, they never went away, other than that whole “first #1 seed to lose to a #16 seed” thing. Tony Bennett’s team has now gone 47-3 over their last 50 games, and they got a measure of revenge last night and in the process have now surged to the top of the college basketball world again. 369 more words

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