clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Virginia Daily Links: ACC's 30-second Shotclock; Joe Harris in the NBA Combine; ACC Football Scheduling

Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Here is your daily dose of UVA links:

ACC college basketball shot clock experiment: Why not? | ESPN
Virginia won the ACC Basketball Tournament this year. Therefore, something must be wrong the system. The ACC will be experimenting with a 30-second shotclock during its exhibition games next year, and will report its findings to the NCAA.

Prospect Profile: Joe Harris | Hoops Rumors
Former Cavalier Joe Harris talks to Zach Links of HoopsRumors.com about what he can bring to an NBA team and how Coach Bennett's system is working in his favor.

ACC Football Scheduling: BYU Won't Count As Power Conference, Non-Conf ACC Unlikely, FCS OK | BC Interruption
Our Boston College brethren summarizes the updates coming out of the ACC meetings this week. BYU apparently will NOT count as a Power 5 conference game, which means Virginia's upcoming home-and-home series won't help with the new requirement that each ACC team plays at least one Power 5 (or Notre Dame) opponent.

Redskins OT Morgan Moses playing with chip on his shoulder | Comcast SportsNet Washington
From potential first round down to the third round, Morgan Moses's unexpected slide last weekend has left him with a little chip on his shoulder.

Virginia Volleyball Announces 2014 Schedule | VirginiaSports.com
Cavaliers to host 12 matches, including one tournament at Memorial Gymnasium, during 2014 campaign.

Do you scour the internet daily for all the Virginia Cavaliers news out there? Do you want to be part of a blogging community while following your passion on all things Wahoo? Streaking The Lawn is looking for a dedicated contributor to run Virginia Daily Links, which is a great way to start a hobby or career in blogging/journalism. Contact us if you could be the one!