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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


Virginia Claims National Hoops Title

The Virginia Cavaliers won their first national championship in basketball on Monday night.  Perhaps even greater news is how their coach kept it all in perspective… 122 more words

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Minneapolis, Minnesota– “From ruin to redemption” were Westwood One’s Kevin Kugler’s words as the Virginia Cavaliers dribbled out the final three seconds of Monday’s NCAA National Championship, escaping US Bank Stadium with an 85-77 win over the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. 1,090 more words


Just End The Suffering Podcast, Episode 42: Masters Preview

It’s time to hit the links in the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips is joined by his favorite golf industry professional, Dan DeMartini, to preview the Masters (11:35). 52 more words


[Podcast] Virginia Gets Its One Shining Moment, Masters Preview, and Game of Thrones Season 7

Welcome to Pod is Life the Podcast planting the sports flag on the entertainment universe.

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NBA Could Be Up Next For National Championship Hero, Philly Native De'Andre Hunter

WYNNEWOOD, Pa. (CBS) – The University of Virginia authored one of the greatest see-saw journeys in basketball history on Monday night. More than 12 months ago, the Cavaliers became the first one seed to lose to a 16-seed. 353 more words


Ty Jerome Enjoyed Dunking on the Media

Ty Jerome had a productive weekend in Minneapolis. His Virginia Cavaliers won a national title, thanks to his predictably steady play. He also found time to fire off shots at media members near and far. 192 more words