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Hunter Finally Puts On His Dancing Shoes

- For three long years, De’Andre Hunter has patiently waited to dance. When that wait ended Friday afternoon, Hunter danced his butt off.

Virginia Rallies, Defeats 16 Seed Gardner-Webb, 71-56

- When 16-seed Gardner-Webb took a 14-point lead in the first half of Friday’s NCAA Tournament matchup, Virginia fans were likely breaking a sweat, possibly uttering a few profanities here and there, thinking, “Not again.”

Jerome’s Confidence Soaring As ‘Hoos Begin March to Madness

- When Mark Jerome put a basketball in his tike’s hands for the first time, he began preaching a never-ending sermon about the most important part of the game.
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Virginia Football Announces George Welsh Tribute

- Virginia announced Monday that it will host a celebration of life to commemorate George Welsh on Saturday, April 27, (10 a.m.) at John Paul Jones Arena. The tribute is open to the public.

UVA Football 2019 Season Tickets On Sale

- Season tickets for 2019 Virginia home football games are on sale.
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Sampson will push the button to implode Ralph’s House — University Hall

- If you want to get a last glimpse at University Hall, basketball home for the Cavaliers from 1965 to 2006, you had better hurry.
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The Herman Moore Story You Didn’t Know

- I well remember the recruiting war primarily between Virginia and Virginia Tech for Herman Moore, a budding wide receiver prospect from George Washington High School in Danville.
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George Welsh Was at the Height of His Powers in 1990

- By the time the 1990 season rolled around, George Welsh had the program just about where he wanted it.
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Jerry Ratcliffe Show: March 16

- Listen to The Jerry Ratcliffe Show 3.16.19 by WVAX #np on #SoundCloud.

Georgia Tech Holds On, Takes Weekend Series

- UVA (9-10, 2-4 ACC) scored four runs in its final two turns at the plate but ultimately had its comeback fall short in a 6-5 loss to Georgia Tech (13-7, 3-3 ACC) on Sunday afternoon at Russ Chandler Stadium.

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