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Kyle Guy, Aaron Faumui Heating Up, Joe Reed Headed To Shrine Bowl

Florida State v Virginia Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images

Virginia men’s basketball captured the Air Force Reserve Tip-Off tournament championship on Sunday. The Hoos bested UMass, 58-46, and Arizona State, 48-45, on consecutive days en route to the title.

Football also joined in on the winning ways with a victory over Liberty, 55-27.


Former Virginia star Kyle Guy called up by Sacramento Kings (Daily Progress)

Thanks to a hot start in the G League, the Sacramento Kings chose to call up Kyle Guy to their active roster on Saturday. The next day, Guy would go on to suit up for the first time in a NBA uniform against the Wizards, though he did not receive any playing time.


Joe Reed, who recorded four catches for 31 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s win, will play in January’s East-West Shrine Bowl, announced Friday. The invite-only bowl game offers an opportunity for some of the best college football seniors across the country to showcase their talents in front of NFL scouts.


Sophomore defensive tackle Aaron Faumui was named to Pro Football Focus’ national defense of the week following a performance that included five total tackles (3 solo), eight quarterback pressures, and a 26.3% pass-rush win rate.


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