For yet another week, the fourth ranked Virginia Cavaliers maintained their position in the AP Poll. That spot will be challenged in the coming days, though, as they host No. 9 Virginia Tech tonight and then travel to No. 1 Duke on Saturday.
Senior cornerback Tim Harris announced on Sunday that he would be participating in Saturday’s East-West Shrine game. Harris, who had an interception in his final two games as a Cavalier, will be joined by fellow seniors Chris Peace and Jordan Ellis this weekend.
Bleacher Report named UVa a number one seed at the midway point in the college basketball season. Just the Michigan Wolverines, who are the only other undefeated team left in the country, rank above the Hoos in the poll.
Pro Football Focus recently published their year end rating of the top college football players from around the country this past season. For Virginia, both junior cornerback Bryce Hall and senior safety Juan Thornhill, who earned grades of 91.2 and 89.3, respectively, earned spots in the top 80.
Time for some Hokie revenge.