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  • Can't tell if spread will save Cavaliers

    The bailout plan for University of Virginia football, coordinator Gregg Brandon's spread offense, had its first public rollout Saturday. Suffice to say the performance wasn't nearly enough to make investors bullish on the Cavaliers. And that's fine with...
  • U.Va. alum eager to boost recruiting

    Jason Williford returns to the University of Virginia as an assistant basketball coach with a clear and daunting challenge: Help assemble recruiting classes as good as his own. Williford arrived at Virginia in 1991 with Cory Alexander, Junior Burrough,...
  • Boyd's first visit of new recruiting process: Tennessee

    With his travel schedule already starting to fill up since announcing last Sunday he was backing off his commitment to West Virginia, Phoebus High's Tajh Boyd knows what he's looking for, but he doesn't know where to find it yet. Boyd, a 6-foot, 210-...
  • Answer pending? Pairing of Iverson and Memphis won't end well

    Carrie Underwood blames Cuervo for her — "I don't even know his last name" — reckless romance. What's Allen Iverson's excuse? Hennessy? Hubris? Desperation? Regardless, Iverson and the Memphis Grizzlies were a preposterous basketball...
  • TV series can score PR points for Cavaliers

    TV series can score PR points for Cavaliers
    - Virginia produced an 18-part series on the Cavaliers' football team - The show airs at 9 p.m.Mondays on Comcast Sports Net - Next week's episode focuses on hiring of assistant coaches Neither "Law & Order" nor "Dancing with the Stars" need fret...
  • Hall of Fame coach Dom Starsia copes with tragedies as Cavs prepare for Final Four

    Hall of Fame coach Dom Starsia copes with tragedies as Cavs prepare for Final Four
    - Dom Starsia has coached U.Va. to three national championships - The volume of alcohol offenses raise a red flag - A trial of George Huguely may ultimately determine Starsia's job security Given his success, popularity and integrity, Dom Starsia...
  • Mike London believes that academic powers can win on the field

    Mike London believes that academic powers can win on the field
    - Mike London is used to coaching at academic-oriented schools - The team's second-semester GPA was its best in 10 years - London: Winning is a priority, but so are academics Spare Mike London the trite, tired and patently false notion that the...
  • L.A. Memorial Coliseum is America's most historic sporting venue

    LOS ANGELES — Whether Colonial Williamsburg, Boston's Freedom Trail or Washington's monuments, tracing the steps of patriots, presidents and pioneers never ceases to inspire. Same holds for iconic sports arenas. Among those of us who revel in the...
  • Impressionist work of Landesburg artfully rallies Virginia past N.C. State in ACC opener

    With the NFL playoffs kicking off later Saturday afternoon, Tony Bennett recalled two of football's most unflappable performers. "Poised when it gets crazy," he said of Joe Montana and Brett Favre. The reference came moments after Bennett's University...
  • London's base in place

    London's base in place
    College football's chattering class isn't fawning over Mike London's recruits or staff. And no wonder. Such breathless acclaim is reserved for those who sign All-Galaxy prospects with 0.3 percent body fat and hire assistants who don't require Googling....
  • Decision to participate in NCAA tournament was tough call in wake of tragedy

    Decision to participate in NCAA tournament was tough call in wake of tragedy
    - The University of Virginia decided Tuesday night that both lacrosse teams will compete in the NCAA tournament - The men are ranked No. 1 nationally, the women No. 5 - The NCAA brackets will be announced Sunday Shrouded by unimaginable heartache, the...
  • Nov. 4, 2009: U.Va.'s $2-million error: Not firing Al Groh last year

    Nov. 4, 2009: U.Va.'s $2-million error: Not firing Al Groh last year
    Mere days after season's end, if not sooner, the University of Virginia will dismiss football coach Al Groh. The question isn't why. The declining performance, plummeting attendance and overriding despair infecting the program are indisputable and...