Sports writers Hootie Ratcliffe and Andrew Ramspacher take on the upcoming UVa matchup with Duke breaking down the ins and outs of what could be the most important game of the Cavaliers' season.
On Sunday afternoon, just a short distance from the classroom where his parents first met, the Virginia sophomore was strutting his stuff on the courts at the Snyder Tennis Center.
Heading into this Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. contest with North Carolina (3-4, 1-2), Virginia is 4-3 overall and 2-1 in the ACC.
Matt Johns, in relief of Lambert since the co-captain injured his right ankle during the third quarter of Virginia’s 41-33 loss at Brigham Young on Sept. 20, made his third consecutive start.
OFFENSE — WR Miles Gooch
DURHAM, N.C. — The road to the ACC Coastal Division championship has run right through historic Wallace Wade Stadium the past two seasons and Virginia found that road was paved with land mines on Saturday.
A 3-yard pop-pass from Duke’s Thomas Sirk to David Reeves with 7:23 remaining in the fourth quarter proved to be the final dagger in Virginia’s 20-13 loss at Wallace Wade Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
When Virginia fans think about their heroes on defense, they’ll likely go for safety Anthony Harris or linebacker Henry Coley, or possibly pass rushers such as Eli Harold or Max Valles.
The scoreboard flashed the familiar scenes of Nathan Kirby’s no-hitter in Pittsburgh, Mike Papi’s walk-off hit in Omaha, Nick Howard’s celebratory leg kick in Tallahassee and the entire squad’s dog-pile in Charlottesville.
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