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Virginia Basketball Team Turns Down White House Invitation

The Virginia basketball program will not be heading to Washington, D.C. to celebrate their national championship victory. On Friday, April 27, the Cavaliers announced that they have declined an invitation to the White House to celebrate their 2019 NCAA Tournament victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. 446 more words


NCAA Champion Virginia Declines White House Visit

Over the last few years, which championship team agrees to visit the White House and which doesn’t has been a matter of national interest. The Warriors and Eagles were quite open about why they refused, while the Red Sox had some players go but others did not. 209 more words


Virginia Wins Men's First National Basketball Title

By Jaly Marquez

Last year, the Virginia Cavaliers experienced a huge upset as the first No. 1 seed to lose to a 16 seed in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. 409 more words


Jerome, Hunter leaving UVA early for NBA Draft

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Less than 48 hours after thousands of fans celebrated the UVA basketball national championship, the team’s roster started coming apart.

In two separate Instagram posts that were expected but still bittersweet, both De’Andre Hunter and Ty Jerome announced they are leaving UVA early to enter the NBA draft. 713 more words


Ep. 47 - Underdog Virginia Cavaliers, Unpredictable NBA Playoffs, LAcking Lakers

The bros discuss Virginia’s (improbable) winning of the NCAA tournament, the NBA Playoffs and what to expect (18:03), the Lakers’ problems and the disasters they have brought about (36:02), and a new segment of Kacie’s Corner (52:53). https://sportspodcastpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/47podcast_virginia_warriors.mp3


Orange and blue makes me blue

I am not dead. However, I went into yet another Howard Hughes phase during the last three weeks. Inexcusable.

March Madness is over. I was ready for it to be over before the first game was played. 708 more words

College Basketball

An Apology to Virginia

Josh Elias | April 11th, 2019

The Virginia Cavaliers are the national champions of college basketball, as much as it pains me to say it. 353 teams were cut down to 68, 64, 32, 16, eight, four, and two, and the one team we were left with was the one from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. 648 more words