In addition to moving up to number three in this week’s AP Poll, the Virginia Cavaliers defeated rival Virginia Tech on the road on Monday, 64-58. With the win, the Hoos completed a season sweep of the Hokies for the first time since 2015.
The National Basketball Players Association announced yesterday that Malcolm Brogdon was elected as one of the organization’s new vice presidents. As one of the three VP’s chosen, Brogdon will serve a three-year term on the NBPA’s Executive Committee.
NBPA Vice President: Malcolm Brogdon— NBPA (@TheNBPA) February 18, 2019
Previously serving as Player Representative for the @Bucks, Malcolm Brogdon has just been elected as a Vice President and will serve a 3-year term on the NBPA Executive Committee. pic.twitter.com/9W4R06Rmam
After working through a bit of a shooting slump midway through the ACC schedule, junior guard Kyle Guy has caught fire of late, scoring at least 20 points in his last three contests. If Guy can remain productive, writes Bleacher Report’s Rob Goldberg, it could make a huge difference for Virginia’s chances in March.
Bryce Perkins had a breakout season for the Virginia Cavaliers in 2018, becoming just one of four quarterbacks in this millennium with fewer than ten interceptions, a 64% completion percentage, 900 yards rushing, and at least 25 touchdown passes. Now, for Perkins and the rest of the Wahoos, the stage is set for a divisional title run this fall.