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  • Clipper gets shot with WVU

    When Jarod Brown ran into Jeremy St. Pierre in the fall of 2007 at Grafton High, Brown wasn't expecting an unofficial football recruiting pitch. Shoot, Brown didn't even know if this football thing was really for him. As a first-year kicker in 2007 on...
  • Inheriting dregs, time for London to prove he's worthy

    Mike London inherited gold in 2008, a University of Richmond football program that returned 17 starters from a team that reached the national playoff semifinals. Nice gig for anyone, let alone a rookie head coach. On Monday, London inherited dregs, a...
  • The man is Dr. Phil with blitz package

    It was mighty kind of Armanti Edwards and Appalachian State to hasten the University of Virginia's football coaching search. When Edwards and the Mountaineers dramatically ended the University of Richmond's season Saturday night, Spiders coach Mike...
  • Slowly challenging

    Slowly challenging
    The University of Virginia hired Tony Bennett as its basketball coach Monday but will not introduce him publicly until today. During the interim we are left to sift through predictably glowing testimonials, and to parse the numbers he compiled in three...
  • Hoos seek U-turn II

    Hoos seek U-turn II
    As chairman of the NCAA tournament selection committee in 2006, Craig Littlepage endured shrill, incessant and patently ignorant barbs for the panel's inclusion of several teams from so-called "mid-major" conferences. When news broke Monday that...
  • Outside limelight, Cavaliers thriving

    Their names are unfamiliar and send spell-check off the deep end. Their deeds rarely make SportsCenter or create traffic headaches on Emmet Street. But these are the young men and women responsible for what likely will be, by at least one standard, the...
  • History to absorb

    History to absorb
    Kids aren't into history these days. Too many old guys. Too many dead guys. Wars and issues and causes that chip your nails and get in the way of updating your Facebook page. Stuff that happened long ago, like, waaaay back in the last century. Pity. It's...
  • Coaches say U.Va. not a tough sell

    Though Ritchie McKay knows his professional life will always be a challenge as long as he's recruiting men's basketball players against programs like Duke and North Carolina, he doesn't believe it could possibly be as difficult as his time at Portland...
  • All together now

    You know a nation is in trouble when the worst epithet its citizens can hurl at each other is the title of a folk song: "Kumbaya," an African American spiritual whose name (and chorus) translates from the Gullah dialect as "come by here." It has had...
  • London among quality possibilities

    The University of Virginia should not lack for accomplished, intriguing, and yes, diverse candidates as it searches for a head football coach. Within the Cavaliers family you have a reigning national champion, recent ACC kingpin and architect of a...
  • U.Va. must wonder if it should have hired W & M's Laycock in 2000

    U.Va. must wonder if it should have hired W & M's Laycock in 2000
    The University of Virginia snubbed Jimmye Laycock nine years ago. Don't expect a correction now. In many regards, Laycock was and is the Cavaliers' model football coach. His William and Mary program wins games, entertains fans and transforms young men...
  • Phoebus adjusts after 'soft' start

    Zac Williams was the first. Then Daquan Romero, Paul Morant and Chaz Robinson. They were exhausted, soaked and filthy. They were eager to find shelter, warmth and dry clothes. But before departing Darling Stadium's shredded field Saturday afternoon,...