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Analysis: Orange vs. Blue Spring Game

A frenetic Saturday for Wahoo sports (a 5-2 win over #9 Miami in baseball, a 12-9 come-from-behind win over #14 Georgetown in lacrosse, a track meet, and a 502 victory over the Hokies in women’s tennis) was capped off by Virginia’s spring football game. Despite claims that it was “just another practice” and the efforts to create such an aura, a perceptible intensity pervaded the Carl Smith Center on Saturday evening. Following a widely criticized termination to last season, in which Director…

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UVa Football 2015-2016 Preview

Now that Cavalier Football fans have had ample time to digest the team’s heartbreaking and season-ending loss to our bitter rivals, Virginia Tech, I feel it is time to move on and see how the team is shaping up for next season. The schedule looks to be one of the hardest UVa has scheduled in many years. Just like last year, the season will kick off with a game against UCLA. After the opener, UVa has a tough home test against a…

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Virginia Football: Season In Review

Oh what optimism we had after the UCLA game. After opening the season and barely knocking off a top-ten team, we all thought this year would be different. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. After the win against Pittsburg, there wasn’t a Hoos fan out there who didn’t give the Cavaliers a shot at being bowl-eligible. They were 4-2 at the time and only needed two wins out of their next six games to earn a postseason birth. But just as Virginia football has done…

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Hoos Look for a Pivotal Football Season in 2014

Virginia’s football team, with Coach Mike London at the helm, is looking to rebound after one of the Cavaliers’ worst performances in recent memory, finishing without a single win in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). This past season exposed several holes that the Virginia coaching staff will have to address during the off-season if they want to become bowl eligible, as they were during the 2011-2012 season. Athletic Director Craig Littlepage has stated that Mike London will remain coach for the duration…

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The Game that Could Change Everything

Virginia is looking for its first Atlantic Coast Conference win against the Virginia Tech Hokies when they come into Charlottesville on November 30

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Back of the Pack: Virginia Looks to Improve in Second Half of Season

Saturday’s game against Duke was definitely a tale of two halves; unfortunately, this spelled disaster for Cavalier fans as they saw the Duke Blue Devils score thirty-five unanswered points to keep Virginia winless in the ACC through the first half of the season.

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Cavaliers Regain Confidence after Routing VMI

This game served a very important purpose: it instilled confidence into Mike London’s team as a whole before they begin ACC play.

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