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Perspective on Offensive Pace in Basketball, Football Earns High Marks

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NCAA Basketball: Virginia at Boston College Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

The Virginia Cavaliers came up just short against No. 9 Florida State in Tallahassee on Wednesday night, falling to the Seminoles, 54-50. Mamadi Diakite led the way for the Hoos with 16 points, six rebounds, two steals and two blocks.


Should offenses play faster? (Hoop Vision)

A statistical breakdown on the success of playing basketball quickly versus playing it slowly. Of course, Tony Bennett, being the architect behind one of the slowest-paced programs in the country, gets his own graph.


The highest-graded NFL players, rookies and surprises at every position during the 2019 season (ESPN)*

Two former Wahoos earned recognition from Pro Football Focus’ grading system, with Juan Thornhill (71.5) and Anthony Harris (91) earning the respective nods for best rookie and biggest surprise at the safety position.

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College football season grades for all 130 teams led by LSU, Clemson (USA Today)

In Paul Myerberg of USA Today’s rankings of all 130 FBS teams, Virginia received a more than respectable A-. Do you agree with his assessment, Cavaliers fans?


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