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Virginia Daily Links: Baseball Tinkering and NCAA Unionization

Not a whole lot going around the interwebs on the Cavaliers today, but we managed to find a few good reads.

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Really not a lot going on right now mid-week, but here are a few things we found interesting around the internet:

Virginia tinkering with lineups, rotation heading into final week of regular season | Daily Progress
The Daily Progress's Andrew Ramspacher takes a look at some of the tinkering that Virginia Baseball Head Coach Brian O'Connor is considering, including a possible move of Artie Lewicki to the weekend rotation.

Virginia Tech Accounting: 2013 Financials, Distribution Of Revenues | Gobbler Country
The folks over at Gobbler Country take a look at how Virginia Tech compared financially to the rest of the ACC. Looking at raw numbers, Virginia has the second largest bankroll in the conference, and has the worst "money spent" to "ACC football wins" ratio -- an undefined number.

3 big economics problems with the NCAA's talking points |
The NCAA's picture of the potential failure of collegiate athletics isn't just dangerous legal ground. It also wouldn't work in econ class. Economist Andy Schwarz testified at last week's House of Representatives' Education and the Workforce Committee hearing to debunk a few economic myths being propagated by the NCAA.

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