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August 23 Rotunda Roundup: BETTER Lunchtime Links

A certain four-letter network's ACC blog does this thing called Lunchtime Links. But they're never particularly exciting, because usually they don't have much to do with UVA or don't have anything new to say. That's why we do Rotunda Roundups around these parts. Because (a) we also like alliteration and (b) sometimes we read cool stuff on the internets. That said, ESPN the four-letter network makes a couple appearances today.

Few PK questions in ACC headed into 2012 - ACC Blog - ESPN
Virginia is the only school that remains undecided on a starter. Special teams coach Anthony Poindexter said earlier this week he hopes to soon make a decision between Drew Jarrett and Ian Frye to take over for the graduated Robert Randolph.

College Football's Top 25 Team Entrances - Yahoo! Sports
As part of the pageantry of college football, many teams have developed a wide variety of traditions over the years related to taking the field. For these schools, it's much more than running out of a tunnel to start a game, with many traditions steeped in school history. And BOOM, UVA's is ranked higher than Virginia Tech's. That this was written by a UVA alumnus shouldn't matter, I think.

Virginia Cavaliers: A Team of the Future |
Coach Mike London has only lost one game in two years that this College Football Matrix picked him to win preseason. How are the Hoos looking for 2012? calls them a team of the future, so long as London stays at the helm.

Trippin': Tony Bennett's new-look Cavs return from overseas -
Tony Bennett doesn't know quite what to expect with this year's Virginia Cavaliers. They lost their star, Mike Scott, but after a five-game trip overseas, Bennett remains upbeat, yet realistic about his young group.

UVa offensive tackles among nation's best - ACC Blog - ESPN
Virginia coach Mike London is biased (as he should be when it comes to his players) but he's also right -- the Cavaliers might have one of the nation's best offensive tackle duos in Morgan Moses and Oday Aboushi.