1:54 AM EST, Sat February 28, 2015

Syracuse-Duke rematch takes center stage in ACC

A look at things to watch this week in the Atlantic Coast Conference:GAME OF THE WEEKEND: Syracuse at No. 4 Duke. It’s always a big deal when the two winningest men’s coaches in Division I history meet, even though the Orange will sit out this postseason under self-imposed sanctions. The Blue Devils (25-3, 12-3) bring an eight-game winning streak that’s the longest active streak in the league, while Syracuse is coming off an upset of No. 9 Notre Dame. Maybe Jim Boeheim will stick around for the end of this one — he was memorably tossed in the final seconds last year after he tore off...

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Kaylon Williams and Sharane Campbell-Olds each scored 15 points, and Oklahoma defeated No. 3 Baylor 68-64 on Wednesday night to end the Lady Bears’ win streak at 25 games.Peyton Little added 13 points and Gioya Carter had 12 for the Sooners (18-9, 12-4 Big 12), who clinched the No. 2 seed in the Big 12 tournament. The Sooners outscored the Lady Bears 18-10 from the free-throw line and improved to 8-0 at home in league play.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Feb 25, 2015

No. 2 Virginia routs Wake Forest, 70-34

The No. 2 Cavaliers earned their seventh straight win by routing the Demon Deacons 70-34 on Wednesday night.

No. 2 Virginia dominates Wake Forest on both ends of floor in 70-34 rout

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It didn’t matter that two key members of Virginia’s back court were injured, or that the Cavaliers were playing in an arena where they haven’t won in 15 years. No. 2 Virginia dominated on both ends of the floor, rolling to a 70-34 win over Wake Forest on Wednesday despite being shorthanded.Read full article >>

No. 2 Virginia routs Wake Forest, 70-34

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Anthony Gill scored 11 points and No. 2 Virginia routed Wake Forest 70-34 on Wednesday night for its seventh straight win.Darion Atkins added 10 points to help the short-handed Cavaliers (26-1, 14-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) score their most points since they beat Miami 89-80 in double overtime on Jan. 3.Read full article >>

Darion Atkins puts the swat in Virginia’s men’s basketball team

Darion Atkins once showed off his wingspan by swimming to the bottom of the 9-foot deep end of his high school pool, making sure his feet touched the floor before reaching his hand straight up. Sure enough, his fingers peeked above the water.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Feb 24, 2015

UVa coach Tony Bennett recalls recruiting Klay Thompson

Virginia basketball coach Tony Bennett used to run the program at Washington State when Klay Thompson played there. On Tuesday he shared some memories.
Harold puts up impressive numbers at NFL Scouting Combine

Harold puts up impressive numbers at NFL Scouting Combine

Appearing at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Eli Harold ran the 40-yard dash in 4.60 seconds and had a vertical jump of 35 inches and a broad jump of 123 inches. He finished the three-cone d

Virginia G London Perrantes has concussion, broken nose

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Virginia sophomore point guard London Perrantes broke his nose and sustained a concussion in a collision with teammate Malcolm Brogdon on Sunday.Perrantes is listed as day to day by the second-ranked Cavaliers. They next play at Wake Forest on Wednesday.Read full article >>

Virginia point guard London Perrantes to meet with doctors

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Virginia point guard London Perrantes will be evaluated by doctors Monday after his collision with teammate Malcom Brogdon.Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett says Perrantes wanted to return to Sunday night’s game against Florida State, even though his nose appeared broken. Bennett says Perrantes also will be evaluated for a concussion.Read full article >>

After bloody collision, Virginia teammates joke about London Perrantes’s busted nose

After a brutal head-to-head collision with teammate Malcolm Brogdon in the second half of Virginia’s 51-41 win over Florida State on Sunday, guard London Perrantes’s nose looked even uglier than the Cavaliers’ shooting numbers (1 for 11 on three-pointers, 14 for 27 from the free throw line) against the Seminoles.Read full article >>

Whitey 365: Still no word on Perrantes

In his just-completed teleconference, Virginia coach Tony Bennett said that the status of point guard London Perrantes for Wednesday night's game at Wake Forest won't be known until after a doctor's a
CSN Washington Feb 23, 2015

Through injuries, Virginia tops Florida State

Despite two key players suffering injuries, Virginia fought through to move to 25-1 on the year with a victory over Florida State.

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EUGENE, Ore. — Dillon Brooks scored 11 straight points for Oregon late in the second half and finished with 19 to help the Ducks beat No. 9 Utah 69-58 on Sunday.Joseph Young added 14 points and Elgin Cook had 12 for the Ducks (20-8, 10-5 Pac-12). They improved their NCAA tournament chances with their first victory over a Top 10 team since beating then-No. 3 Arizona last year in the regular-season finale.Read full article >>

Gill’s 13 lead No. 2 Virginia past Florida St., 51-41

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Anthony Gill scored 13 points, Darion Atkins had 11 and No. 2 Virginia overcame a frightening collision of two of its players and beat Florida State 51-41 on Sunday night.The game took a frightening turn for Virginia (25-1, 13-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) with just under 15 minutes to play when Malcolm Brogdon and London Perrantes, the starting backcourt, collided on defense.Read full article >>

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