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September 9 Rotunda Roundup - Ducks Fly Together Over UVA

Welp, so much for pulling off the biggest upset in UVA football history. The Oregon Ducks may have put a damper on things in Charlottesville this past Saturday, but the weekend was still an active one for many Virginia sports teams. The Rotunda Roundup has you covered.

UVA couldn't get a grasp of the Ducks all game long.
UVA couldn't get a grasp of the Ducks all game long.
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U.Va. Notebook: Watford endured painful education - Richmond Times-Dispatch: University Of Virginia
As much as UVA fans would like to block out Saturday's football debacle versus Oregon, it still serves as a learning experience for the young Hoos. So what can be gained from the 59-10 loss to the Ducks? The Richmond Time-Dispatch shares what they learned from the game about Virginia. - Confirmed Visitors: Oregon
The Oregon game not only gave Virginia the opportunity to play in the national television spotlight, but also saw many big-name recruits visit Charlottesville to watch the team battle the top-ranked ducks. Will recruiting be affected from the blowout loss?

Cavs Blank Seton Hall, Cap Perfect Non-Conference Schedule
While the football team wasn't a big winner this weekend, there were other Virginia squads that captured victories, including the women's soccer team. The No. 4 ranked Hoos is starting to find its rhythm early in the season.

No. 7 Virginia Wins 5-3 at No. 8 Old Dominion - VIRGINIASPORTS.COM - The University of Virginia Official Athletic Site
As if the undefeated women's soccer team wasn't already holding it down for the ladies of UVA, the women's field hockey team also boasts a spotless record on the young season. But how did they fare against in-state rival ODU over the weekend?

Women's college basketball - Virginia Cavaliers star Dawn Staley heads to Naismith Hall of Fame - ESPN
One of the most underrated stars in the history of women's basketball, former UVA standout Dawn Staley has gotten the call to the hall. Literally. The ex-Wahoo and WNBA player is headed to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.