On Wednesday, Caroline previewed the ACC Network’s newest documentary “Unbelievable: Virginia’s Improbable Path to a Title,” which aired for the first time last night at 8 PM.
United States of College Basketball: Where every team ranks in each state, from top to bottom (CBS Sports)
UVA checked in as the number one men’s college basketball team in the state of Virginia, according to CBS Sports’ preseason rankings. Notably, Virginia Tech came in fourth behind VCU and Liberty.
Senior linebacker Jordan Mack was named one of twelve finalists for the 2019 William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced yesterday. The award recognizes the college football player who has best demonstrated academic and athletic success, in addition to leadership skills, throughout the season.
Congrats to @UVAFootball LB @JTmack4 on being a finalist for 2019 #CampbellTrophy Presented by @MazdaUSA!— Football Foundation (@NFFNetwork) October 30, 2019
Will receive $18,000 postgrad scholarship as part of NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class; Trophy winner announced during #NFFDinner Dec. 10https://t.co/DYVzRm9Xjv pic.twitter.com/BPxjArZJj2
Fourth year signal caller Bryce Perkins was honored on Wednesday, too, as the captain earned one of ten finalist positions for the 2019 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, which goes to the nation’s best senior quarterback based on performance both on and off the field.
"We are NOT done ..."— Virginia Football (@UVAFootball) October 30, 2019
One more finalist honor to announce today as Bryce Perkins (@3_ToDaNeck) has been announced as one of 10 finalists for the Johnny Unitas @GoldenArmAward. #GoHoos | #TheStandard
MORE INFO: https://t.co/aTNpsdBTkA pic.twitter.com/aYY4NbovZO
Tweet of the Day:
.@ClemsonFB's Dabo Swinney & @UVAMensHoops' Tony Bennett are group chat goals pic.twitter.com/kT6K1LyLBZ— ACC Network (@accnetwork) October 30, 2019