- Coronavirus concerns led to widespread change on Wednesday: UVA President Jim Ryan announced that classes will be moving online starting next Thursday, March 19, while the NCAA and ACC said attendance at all of its postseason basketball events will be extremely limited. The Ivy League also went so far as to cancel spring sports entirely.
- Former Wahoo Anthony Poindexter was named to the 2020 CFB Hall of Fame Class.
Mike Scott TO THE RIM! pic.twitter.com/tJ6psLfniy— NBA (@NBA) March 11, 2020
Mike Scott threw down over the Detroit Pistons’ Khyri Thomas during the 76ers 124-106 win last night. Scott, who is averaging 5.7 points and 3.5 rebounds this season, finished with four points, five rebounds and three assists.
The Jet Award Winner as the Top Returner in College Football, @JoeBee_2 joined us at the breakfast table!— GMFB (@gmfb) March 11, 2020
"I'm a football player. I'm a do it all guy. I do whatever I can for the team to the best of my ability. The film shows that I'm versatile & do whatever it takes to win." pic.twitter.com/a4EmoT4tLc
Joe Reed joined the NFL Network’s popular show Good Morning Football on Wednesday morning to talk about his upbringing, career to this point and why he deserves a shot at the next level.
One of the best safeties in the game, @HOOSDatDude joined us to talk about how he's feeling about Free Agency.— GMFB (@gmfb) March 11, 2020
"I'm really excited. I've been patient, keeping my head down & just trying to put myself in the moment. Now that it's here I'm just trying to enjoy it & let it come." pic.twitter.com/ptlx9SFmvE
Fellow Wahoo Anthony Harris was also in studio yesterday for a chat with the crew.
Omar El Torkey was named the men's MASC Player of the Year! #wahoowa #gohoos pic.twitter.com/zw5u4UWWeR— Virginia Squash (@UVASquash) March 11, 2020
Congrats to freshman Omar El Torkey, who captured the Mid-Atlantic Squash Conference’s Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honors! El Torkey helped lead the Cavaliers to a No. 5 finish in the final rankings for the 2019-20 season.
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A story of my NCAA Tournaments— Austin Katstra (@AustinKatstra) March 11, 2020
Year 1: Loss to UMBC
Year 2: National Champions
Year 3: Playing in empty arenas