Sophomore lefty will start for Virginia when it takes on TCU on Tuesday in CWS.
Former Virginia star Joe Harris has achieved a rarity for an NBA second-round draft choice -- a guaranteed contract.
Welcome to the new Atlantic Coast Conference. It's where a founding member is out, a fast-rising program is in, Notre Dame is there, too — sort of — and nobody else is leaving.
If the Wahoos, coming off a 2-10 campaign and picked to finish last in the ACC Coastal Division, are to spark a turnaround and, thus, keep the London hot seat rumors to a whisper, they need to have success behind center.
After back-to-back, 4-8 and 2-10 seasons, and predicted to finish dead last in the ACC’s Coastal Division at Monday’s ACC Football Kickoff, London wasn’t sweating when he was grilled by media about his job status.
Didn’t take Virginia’s All-American safety Anthony Harris to size up his new defensive coordinator, Jon Tenuta, last year. It took Tenuta even less time to figure out Harris.
Ninety-four of the 112 voters at ACC Kickoff selected the Cavaliers to finish in the basement.
Virginia’s combination of Kevin Parks and Anthony Harris put the Cavaliers right up with the rest of the league in terms of power duos at ACC Kickoff.
Editor’s note: This is the ninth of a 12-part series previewing Virginia’s 2014 opponents.