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Who will step up for Virginia, who’s in Tony Bennett’s ‘death lineup,’ and will the ‘Hoos see the Hokies again?

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Hope everyone survived hump day–and the snow storm, if you were in it’s path. The Virginia Cavaliers are busy as ever, with winter and spring sports overlapping. Tony Bennett’s team heads to Louisville soon for Saturday’s ACC clash and we’re keeping you up to date on the ‘Hoos in the meantime. STL has a new podcast on deck, but here’s what else is happening around the corner:

Virginia basketball: Cavaliers need a fourth scorer. Who will it be? (Augusta Free Press)

Behind Kyle Guy, Ty Jerome and De’Andre Hunter, who is Virginia’s fourth scorer? Tony Bennett has widened his rotation to as large as eight at times but has also narrowed it to as small as six.

Plenty still to come for No. 3 UVA, No. 20 Virginia Tech after second regular-season meeting (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Will the ‘Hoos see the Hokies this postseason?

Meet Virginia’s death lineup – a combination no opponent wants to see (Augusta Free Press)

When Tony Bennett needs a basket, he sends in his death lineup, a term inspired by the Golden State Warriors’ starters. The members of the Cavaliers’ version are Ty Jerome, Kyle Guy, De’Andre Hunter, Braxton Key and Mamadi Diakite.

Home Opener Gets ‘Hoos on Track (Virginia Sports)

Coming off of a disappointing trip to Arizona, Virginia baseball got back on track with a win over VMI in the team’s home opener.

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