A look at the Cavaliers ahead of their NCAA Tournament match-up against the Florida Gators.
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The ACC Tournament kicks off its year-in-exile tomorrow in Atlanta, with a pretty unimpressive slate of games. That's the downside of the bottom half of the conference being as bad as it is this...
The Hoos haven't advanced past the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals since 1995, and are the only team in the conference not to have made the semifinals at least once since 2006. So what are the odds Virginia breaks this drought this year?
Virginia just announced today that Sene underwent surgery on his right ankle today, Friday, and will be out for approximately the next six weeks. What was originally described by Coach Tony Bennett as just a roll turned out, according to x-rays, to be a fracture.
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At 7'0, junior center Assane Sene is the biggest guy we've had in quite some time. When he put up three dunks in Saturday's losing effort against Wake Forest, fans and media took notice. The question is, at seven feet and 239 pounds, why doesn't this happen more often?
In its first road game in over six weeks, the Cavaliers led by as much as 10 points late in the first half against the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils, but, just as against Carolina, it was a tale of two halves. Virginia found itself up by six at the half, 31-25, but was outscored by 22 in the second half to fall 76-60.