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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Mike Scott
Virginia Cavaliers 2012-13 preview.
Akil Mitchell's passport is getting a workout of late thanks to a bit of basketball-related travel.
More than a dozen possible tornadoes were reported Saturday as forecasters warned residents across the nation's midsection to brace for "life-threatening" weather.
A quizzical look occupied Tony Bennett's face as the coach's hands rested on his hips.
Mike Scott and fellow fifth-year senior Sammy Zeglinski were seated with coach Tony Bennett between them when the team gathered to watch the NCAA selection show. When the Cavaliers heard their named called, Scott was the first to his feet.
The good news is the NCAA tournament starts Tuesday. The great news is the word bracketology now will disappear for 11 months.
An overview of Virginia as it heads into the NCAA tournament as a No. 10 seed.
Jontel Evans' mom will be in town Sunday night, and she has a very important job.
Previewing the ACC tournament.
Virginia's status in two tournaments is on the line Sunday at Maryland.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett heard the whistle and didn't see what happened, but figured his team was in good shape.
Tyler Zeller started fast and finished strong.
With three games remaining in the regular season, Virginia finds itself in solid position to make the NCAA tournament.The Cavaliers can't coast, though, with all three games promising to be intense. Saturday afternoon is the biggest challenge of the bunch, with North Carolina paying a visit to John Paul Jones Arena.
The three priorities were talked about endlessly and probably scrawled on a locker room dry-erase board for emphasis, as is usually the case for the Maryland basketball team. And then Saturday's loss to Virginia happened.
The last of Maryland's recruited scholarship players departed with more than three minutes remaining Saturday, a merciful reprieve from the final stages of a miserable half.
National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Scott also said tornadoes were reported in the central and western Kansas counties of Pratt, Stafford, Rush and Hodgeman.
"We've battled through injuries and transfers and everything else, and we've been in games," he said, "So I don't see anything wrong with it.