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Topic - Darion Atkins
This was bubble basketball at its finest, two flawed teams working to hide those blemishes just long enough to win.
Though it was a one-possession game at halftime, Virginia's top two point producers had already experienced problems that would soon cripple the Cavaliers.
Five teams in the ACC have winning records, and the jockeying for position heats up Saturday night as Virginia heads to N.C. State. The winner will lock down fourth place in the league standings.