Duke's Grayson Allen travels four steps in Virginia "buzzer-beater"


These new "freedom of movement" rules allow four steps now? Seems legit.

Jeopardy! Sports parody account nails it: Duke Refs


Nothing more really needs to be said on this one.

Women's Lacrosse Opens Season with Big Win


Congrats to the #10 Wahoos on their big win over #4 Northwestern, winning 10-8!

Baseball America predicts Virginia as a National 4 Seed


Baseball America has projected the entire 2016 Field of 64. Your defending national champion Virginia Cavaliers are a No. 4 seed, behind Florida, Louisville, and Texas A&M. Florida and Louisville are the predicted national champions. See the entire field here

Brogdon Named to Naismith Mid-Season List


UVa's Malcolm Brogdon was named to the mid-season list for the Naismath Player of the Year Award. Joining Brogdon from the ACC are Miami's Sheldon McClellan, Duke's Grayson Allen and Brandon Ingram, Notre Dame's Demetrius Jackson, Louisville's Damion Lee, UNC's Brice Johnson, and NC State's Cat Barber. Should Brogdon win, he would be UVa's first winner since Ralph Sampson won his third Naismith award in 1983.

Bracketology: Joe Lunardi's latest has Virginia in with Iowa


Lunardi's latest, as of February 11, has Virginia as a No. 2 seed in the Midwest, playing opening weekend games in Raleigh. Iowa is the top-seed in the region, and oh, hello, Duke, Wichita State, Gonzaga, and other terrifying March names!

Here's the link.

Power Rankings: Virginia Cavaliers No. 1 by Sports Illustrated


Meanwhile, an entirely reasonable case can be made for Virginia as No. 1. The Cavaliers have the most attractive combination of résumé (seven wins over the top 50), efficiency (ranked No. 3 overall), momentum (seven straight wins, including three on the road) and passing the eye test (they’re currently playing their best defense of the season). The defensive data falls in line with the eye test, too.

SI's Luke Winn

President Obama gives Virginia basketball a shoutout


Speaking at the "Plan Colombia" reception with Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos (an alum of the University of Kansas), President Obama gave a nod to the Virginia basketball team. Check it out at 0:33 in the video above. The quote is as follows:

"One [of his son's] is at UVA, and he reminded me that the basketball team there is better than the Kansas Jayhawks, his father's alma mater"