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Kihei Clark, Ty Jerome Stepping Up, Football Attendance News

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Little man, big moments: Kihei Clark leads Virginia to a win over No. 5 Florida State (Washington Post)

Kihei Clark was instrumental to the Cavaliers’ win on Tuesday, scoring 15 points - including the go-ahead bucket with 61 seconds remaining - to go along with four rebounds and four assists.


After an ankle injury sidelined Ty Jerome for the Suns’ first 18 regular season games, the rookie struggled to work his way back into the rotation, seeing little to no action most nights.

But, after receiving at least ten minutes of playing time in two of his last three games, Jerome finally got his biggest chance to shine on Tuesday during Phoenix’s blowout win over the Mavericks. In all, the former Virginia star went for 12 points on 5-8 shooting, two rebounds, three assists and a block in 23 minutes of game time.


UVA Looks to Build on 2019 Progress at Scott Stadium (UVA Today)

Virginia football’s home attendance averaged 47,863 in 2019. That’s the highest number the program has hit since 2011.


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