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Mar 8, 2016 ... 13.1% WIN PROBABILITY THE CRESCENDO is unmistakable. As the time ticks down on an opponent's possession in John Paul Jones Arena, ...
Step Aside, I'm Off to Philly
Class came through in the NCAA regionals as high-ranked North Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana State and Indiana blew the opposition out. Next stop, the Spectrum, where they'll form the most formidable final four in years
When Push Came To Shove
In a memorable first meeting, Ralph Sampson and Virginia beat Pat Ewing and Georgetown
Something's Gotta Give
What happens when an irresistible force such as Ralph Sampson meets an immovable object like Patrick Ewing? We'll know for sure on Dec. 11
BIG WHEEL ONE OF THE NATION'S TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYERS, VIRGINIA'S HAROLD DEANE HAS HELPED PUT THE CAVALIERS ON THE ROAD TO THE TOURNAMENT
Harold Deane Jr. peers through the glass moon roof of his '92 Acura Legend and appraises the thick clouds hovering above Charlottesville, Va.
OUT OF REACH A FIFTH STRAIGHT NCAA TITLE ELUDED VIRGINIA AS WISCONSIN SHUT OUT DUKE IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
The bruised attache case the Virginia Cavaliers lugged to lastweekend's NCAA men's soccer championships in Richmond wasstuffed with enough totems and ...
HEY, YOU'D BE HOG WILD, TOO
For their part, LSU and Virginia—the top-ranked teams in the Midwest and East— escaped the curse which dispatched eight seeded teams, and ...
And a Little Child Led Them
As though drawing inspiration from the Book of Isaiah, baby-faced Isiah Thomas spurred Indiana to a fourth NCAA championship
The Greatest Upset Never Seen
On Dec. 23, 1982, with no TV cameras and very few press on hand, tiny Chaminade of Honolulu shocked Ralph Sampson and No. 1 Virginia. Why college basketball hasn't been the same since