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  • Teel Time: Turnovers likely will decide Virginia-Florida State rematch

    Virginia committed a season-low four turnovers Saturday against North Carolina. But the Cavaliers shot a meager 35 percent and lost by three. Virginia shot an outstanding 46.7 percent at Florida State in early February. But the Cavaliers committed a...
  • Jobs don't come easy for law school graduates

    Jobs don't come easy for law school graduates
    Nearly half of last year's law school graduates - 55 percent - are still working to find a long-term legal job, according to recent American Bar Association data. Of Virginia's eight law schools, University of Virginia has the highest rate of graduates...
  • Teel Time: Math of college football's four-team playoff doesn't work

    Teel Time: Math of college football's four-team playoff doesn't work
    In unveiling college football’s future postseason Tuesday, Virginia Tech President Charles Steger said “a four-team playoff doesn’t go too far. It goes just the right amount.” With all due respect, allow me to challenge Steger&...
  • A Look At The Teams In The Conference

    A Look At The Teams In The Conference
    Capsule looks at the men's basketball teams in the Big East Conference. Teams are listed in predicted order of finish: UConn Last season: 32-9, 9-9, Big East tournament and NCAA champions Coach: Jim Calhoun Top players: Jeremy Lamb, Alex Oriakhi Keep...
  • William and Mary, ODU confidently head to CAA tournament

    William and Mary, ODU confidently head to CAA tournament
    When second-tier basketball teams have renewed hope, and Blaine Taylor dives heavily into horse racing references, it must be March and tournament time. William and Mary, among others, can partially offset a disappointing regular season with a run in...
  • VCU holds off Drexel, heads to NCAA tournament

    VCU holds off Drexel, heads to NCAA tournament
    There will be no anxiety, no uncertainty for Bradford Burgess and his VCU teammates this time. Not after a sublime defensive performance in the first half and critical free throws and plays late in a championship setting. Buoyed by a sellout crowd...
  • Men's basketball: FAU falls to American 62-56

    FAU played down to American Wednesday and the result was a 62-56 loss for the Owls.  “Right now we are playing bad basketball. We are playing stupid basketball,” FAU coach Mike Jarvis said.   FAU fell to 1-3 on a road trip that started...
  • Basketball preview: George Mason at FAU

     George Mason at Florida Atlantic   When/where: Saturday, 7 p.m., FAU Arena, Boca Raton   Records: FAU 1-3, George Mason 2-1    Broadcast/web: ESPN 760 AM/ESPN.com/FAUsports.com   Tickets: The game is sold out. Students free with Owl Card, but...
  • Men's basketball preview: FAU at Hofstra

    Men's basketball preview: FAU at Hofstra
     FAU will try and go 3-0 versus the Colonial Athletic Association when they play Hofstra Tuesday in New York.  The Owls (2-3) only wins this season have been over CAA members Georgia State and George Mason.  “Maybe we will change leagues,”...
  • FAU sneaks past Hofstra 62-60

    FAU sneaks past Hofstra 62-60
     Florida Atlantic senior guard Alex Tucker scored the final four points of the game, the last basket coming with 2.4 seconds left, to lead the Owls to a 62-60 win over Hofstra Tuesday.   It was a see-saw battle, with the score tied 10 times and the...
  • Teel Time: ACC basketball attendance falls for fourth consecutive season

    From Austin Rivers to Michael Snaer to Karl Hess, ACC basketball has produced a madcap season. Too bad so few saw the games in-person. The conference’s regular-season attendance declined for the fourth consecutive year in 2011-12, with the...
  • From the Tarpit: VCU's Darius Theus big at point guard

    From the Tarpit: VCU's Darius Theus big at point guard
    VCU coach Shaka Smart told a story about Darius Theus, the Rams' junior point guard named CAA tournament MVP after Monday's 59-56 win against Drexel. Theus, who prepped at Portsmouth's Norcom High, was the first player that Smart and his staff...