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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Virginia Cavaliers
All eyes will be on Charlottesville Saturday when Virginia takes on Syracuse, but first the Cavs must not slip up against Miami Wednesday night (7 p.m., CSN).
The stadium lights came on early Sunday afternoon as dark storm clouds delayed the Citi Open men's singles final at Rock Creek Park. But before sheets of rain overwhelmed that match, two former Virginia Cavaliers had reason to celebrate.