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Tony Bennett was only a few months removed from leaving Washington State to take over Virginia's basketball program in 2009 when he reached out to a recruit he already knew well.
The Virginia men's basketball team will play VCU this month, a matchup thousands of fans in the state would love to see. They won't get the chance.
Akil Mitchell's passport is getting a workout of late thanks to a bit of basketball-related travel.
A police escort guided them to the CenturyLink Center, where they snapped cellphone pictures of the "University of Virginia" nameplate on the locker room's white cinder block wall, wore two-day-old Nike Hyperenforcer high-tops in cornea-searing orange and aimed tiny video cameras at anything that moved.
An overview of Virginia as it heads into the NCAA tournament as a No. 10 seed.
This was bubble basketball at its finest, two flawed teams working to hide those blemishes just long enough to win.
Virginia's status in two tournaments is on the line Sunday at Maryland.
Talking heads have debated all week whether Saturday's game is a "must win" for Virginia.
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.