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Topic - Craig Littlepage
London had as many wins over Duke in two years at Richmond as he's had in four years at Virginia: one. Yes, Duke isn't the doormat at used to be. That's one of the sticking points. If Duke can upgrade its program, why can't Virginia?
With so many upsets in college basketball, there seems to be daily highlights of fans storming the court to celebrate.
Virginia football coach Mike London will have one of his linemen play Santa Claus next week when bowl gifts are distributed in Atlanta.
A big-time bowl is also a big-time financial obligation, something Virginia fans are learning.
The football team at the University of Virginia is reeling from a third consecutive losing season. The men's basketball team is coping with a gut-wrenching defeat that kept it out of the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight year. Scott Stadium is losing fans by the thousands. And perhaps scariest of all, many Virginia fans are running out of patience.
Joanne Boyle is the new women's basketball coach at Virginia.
Virginia athletic director Craig Littlepage said Friday it took about a minute from those handshakes until Duke arrived in its locker room.
Littlepage said he felt arena staff "did a very good job" of managing the situation Thursday night, down to an announcement discouraging fans from rushing the court.