No official word from UVa Media Relations yet, but it appears as though the matchup at Maryland originally scheduled for Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. will be postponed until Monday, February 15. Various social media sites have confirmed this.
Sophomore guard Sylven Landesberg's Facebook status says, "on the way back to cville i guess the games getting rescheduled, really wanted this one." Freshman guard Doug Brown says, "Headed back 2 c'ville... Escapin this snow.." And freshman guard/forward Tristan Spurlock says, "No game vs md this week."
Jeff White, tweeting with the official VirginiaSports twitter account writes, "We came. We saw snow (on the ground but none in the sky). And now we're headed home after Wednesday's game was postponed."
According to Inside MD Sports, an independent Maryland sports site affiliated with ESPN, the game will be played on Monday, February 15.
Update 12:14 PM
Here is the official media release from the ACC:
College Park, MD—The Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball game between Maryland and Virginia scheduled at the Comcast Center for Wednesday, February 10th has been postponed until Monday, February 15th. The game's starting time and television broadcast information will be announced at a later time. All tickets for the originally scheduled game will be honored on the 15th.
Due to the area's continuing unprecedented winter weather conditions and historic snow accumulations, the University of Maryland, University of Virginia and ACC have agreed that the rare postponement is in the best interest of all involved, after consultation with the campus chief of police and the University's Associate Vice President for Facilities Management.
The University of Maryland has been closed since Friday, February 5th due to the conditions created by the past weekend's blizzard. While University crews continue to work hard to remove snow from campus roads, sidewalks, steps and parking lots, there are still large portions of gameday parking lots and sidewalks which remain impassable due to the historic snow totals, to date.
An approaching storm is projected to dump more than a foot of new snow across the region, beginning Tuesday afternoon and continuing well into Wednesday, resulting in conditions that preclude the game from being played as originally scheduled.
Director of Athletics Deborah Yow and Head Men's Basketball Coach Gary Williams have expressed their appreciation for all of the work done by campus employees and the Athletics staff that allowed the UNC game to be played under challenging circumstances. Those circumstances now move from being challenging to impossible for campus staff to manage, with the second major snowstorm approaching in less than a week.