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Ratcliffe: Greyson Lambert could be Virginia football's Joe Harris

Ratcliffe: Greyson Lambert could be Virginia football's Joe Harris

After chatting with Lambert last Saturday, we began to wonder if he just might be to Virginia football what Joe Harris was to Cavalier basketball.
Ratcliffe: Big-play candidates emerge during UVa spring practices

Ratcliffe: Big-play candidates emerge during UVa spring practices

While it didn’t show in Saturday’s spring game, UVa’s coaches have watched some players emerge into potential big-play candidates when the season arrives this fall.

QB Greyson Lambert shines in Virginia spring football game

CHARLOTTESVILLE — The news came almost immediately before quarterback Greyson Lambert threw the first of his two touchdown passes Saturday afternoon, and the coincidence seemed appropriate. Virginia announced that the redshirt sophomore had been voted one of the team’s four captains for the 2014 season by his teammates and become part of Coach Mike London’s leadership council. The other three captains — safety Anthony Harris, linebacker Henry Coley and running back Kevin Parks — are all rising seniors and entrenched starters. Read full article >>
Ratcliffe: Lambert looks like the Cavaliers' man at QB

Ratcliffe: Lambert looks like the Cavaliers' man at QB

Coach Mike London wasn’t ready to hand over the starting QB job on Saturday. Perhaps he was hedging. Perhaps he’s hoping that competition between incumbent starter David Watford, last year’s backup Gr
Named a team captain, Lambert throws two TD passes in UVa Spring Game

Named a team captain, Lambert throws two TD passes in UVa Spring Game

In Mike London’s fifth year as UVa’s head coach, the Cavs will be led by captains Anthony Harris, Henry Coley, Kevin Parks and ... Greyson Lambert.

QBs, offense struggle in Virginia’s spring game

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Greyson Lambert threw two touchdown passes but he and the rest of Virginia’s injury-depleted offense struggled in Saturday’s spring game. The Cavaliers split the team into Orange (offense) and Blue (defense) because of injuries, and the defense dominated. It registered four interceptions and nine sacks under the liberal rules that considered it a sack each time the quarterback was touched with the ball in his hands. Read full article >>
Breakout candidates abound for Orange-Blue Game

Breakout candidates abound for Orange-Blue Game

The 2014 Orange-Blue Game begins at 1 p.m., today, inside Scott Stadium. According to UVa head coach Mike London, the next Cavalier to take a big jump into the fall could be wide receiver Darius Jenni
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Four-star Howard to announce college decision on CSN

Four-star local guard Franklin Howard will announce his college decision on Monday, April 14, at 10 p.m. on SportsTalk Live with Brian Mitchell on CSN.
Virginia football team battling injuries heading into spring game

Virginia football team battling injuries heading into spring game

For its annual spring game, the Virginia football team will have three units — offense, defense, MASH.
Ratcliffe: Continuity brings more confidence for Cavaliers

Ratcliffe: Continuity brings more confidence for Cavaliers

If there’s one theme emerging from Virginia’s spring football practice, it would be improving through familiarity.
Jones to transfer from Virginia

Jones to transfer from Virginia

Teven Jones could only smile, dance and cheer his teammates on from the sideline for so long. In the end, he wanted to be out on the court contributing himself.

Teven Jones will transfer out of Virginia men’s basketball program

Virginia point guard Teven Jones has decided to transfer to another school, men’s basketball Coach Tony Bennett announced Monday night. Jones, a redshirt sophomore this past season, fell out of the rotation as the Cavaliers secured their first ACC regular season title in more than 30 years and advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament. He did not play in six of the team’s final 12 games and watched his playing time drop considerably this season as Bennett turned to other options in the back court. Read full article >>

Marshall, McDermott take home AP yearly awards

ARLINGTON, Texas — Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall is growing accustomed to being center stage at the Final Four. He just wishes his team was with him this time around. After leading the Shockers to the national semifinals a year ago, Marshall deftly guided them through a perfect regular season, earning a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. While they were done in by Kentucky in the third round, by then the votes had already been tabulated. Read full article >>    

AP Coach of Year: Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall

ARLINGTON, Texas — Gregg Marshall, whose Wichita State team was the first to reach the NCAA tournament undefeated in 33 years, has been selected The Associated Press’ coach of the year. The Shockers entered the tournament at 34-0 and as a No. 1 seed. They became the first team in NCAA men’s history to win its first 35 games. They lost to Kentucky in the third round and fell short of matching Indiana in 1976 as the last unbeaten national champion. Read full article >>    

Ratcliffe: QB candidates battling in spring practice

While the Cavaliers conduct their 10th of 15 spring practices today, there’s not a lot of news when it comes to the great quarterback race.

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