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Topic - Ralph Sampson
Joe Harris scored 16 points, including a critical 3-pointer with about three minutes left, and No. 17 Virginia won its ninth straight Atlantic Coast Conference game for the first time in 32 years with a 63-58 victory over Clemson on Saturday.
Eddie Sutton remembers growing up on a farm in western Kansas, back in the days before college basketball was televised. He would lie in bed and listen to the radio calls from far-flung places like Oklahoma State and Kansas, and dream of stepping on the court for them one day.
The trophy case in the home of Ralph Sampson's mother is about to get a little more crowded.
"I hope everybody who watched me play, at the collegiate level or the NBA level or any level, high school as well, enjoyed me while I was playing," Sampson said in a conference call that included Cazzie Russell, the former Michigan great who was also named to the 2011 class. "I will cherish this the rest of my life. It will go along with my college player of the year award at my mother's house."
"Walking across Thomas Jefferson Lawn on a rainy day and receiving my diploma at the University of Virginia is probably the most cherished moment that I will carry for life," he said. "That diploma is against the wall at my mother's home."