Instead of a dogfight, what the 10,700 fans witnessed was a complete beatdown. The Deacons could have just mailed this one in, 70-34.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Here are my takeaways following No. 2 Virginia’s 70-34 win at Wake Forest on Wednesday night at LJVM Coliseum.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — There were many questions facing Virginia heading into its rematch with Wake Forest on Wednesday night.
Cavaliers forward Sarah Imovbioh will spend next year in UVa’s Curry School of Education. On the court, she just might be defending an ACC rebounding crown.
Snow-covered Davenport will sit idle for a second straight weekend, meaning the Wahoos won’t host a game until March for the first time since 2003.
Cavaliers fans wondered just who in the world would replace Akil Mitchell, but Darion Atkins already knew.
On Wednesday night, No. 2 UVa will need to do a much better job on Dinos Mitoglou as it looks for its first win in Winston-Salem since 2000 and to keep a six-game winning streak alive.
The way Ryan Zimmerman sees it, change is not something to get all worked up about.