Sophomore lefty will start for Virginia when it takes on TCU on Tuesday in CWS.
Eugene Monroe is right where he wants to be: anchoring the left side of the Baltimore Ravens offensive line.
Obviously, there’s a major need for improvement for both the Virginia offense and defense. But, as documented, the defense, with all of its experience, is in better position to carry more weight for a team picked to finish last in the ACC Coastal Division.
Certainly, there can’t be too many professional basketball players who have won championships in two South American countries, speak three languages and have an economics degree from one of the top public universities in the world.
Matt Schaub, a former Virginia standout, is showing signs that last year's disastrous season in Houston might have been an aberration as he looks in complete command as Oakland's starter.
Bill Lazor, a former Virginia offensive coordinator, was hired to upgrade an offense that kept Miami out of the playoffs last year, and while players rave about the system he has installed, there is much work yet to be done.
South Carolina assistant Mark Bernardino is glad to be back in the pool coaching, even if it isn't what the one-time Atlantic Coast Conference championship leader expected at this point in his career.
CORTLAND, N.Y. — Oday Aboushi gently placed the young boy on the hospital room bed, and quickly stepped aside.
In 2014, the Hokies remain an offensive mystery.