Adding insult to injury...The announcers followed this up by talking about UVA's "Thursday Night" loss to Boise State. We didn't get the A-team today.
This video from Virginia Sports TV is one of their best so far, narrated by Dave Koehn. It's a must-watch.
Joe Harris isn't just the world's greatest basketball player, but also apparently the world's best reporter.
Congrats to Virginia's Mike London, the third-highest paid coach in the conference, behind Jimbo Fisher and Dabo Swinney.
The 2015 NCAA Champions released their upcoming schedule today. The Hoos will open the season in Myrtle Beach and will host Wake Forest, NC State, UNC, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech at Davenport Field among the 34 home games. More analysis on the opponents to follow.
Country music superstar Brad Paisley is hitting up the college football scene pretty hard this season as part of his big college tour. CavMan and the Virginia Cavaliers make an appearance, bringing up the rear in the lyrics and video. Just like in football! Aw come on, that was unnecessary. Anyway, enjoy the video -- the Hoos are the last team named. The Hokies didn't make the cut. The Fighting Irish just barely edged out the Cavaliers, because of course.
Virginia Junior Patrick Foss scored a ridiculous game-winning goal on a free kick from midfield to help the Cavaliers beat Louisville 3-2 Friday. Foss scored not one, but 2 goals on his 21st birthday against Louisville, with the game-winner being one he'll remember for a long time.
This will be the greatest thing you see today.
At last, men's basketball season is underway in Charlottesville. Virginia Sports TV has exclusive video from this morning's proceedings.
Our long national nightmare is over, everyone. Basketball practice has arrived, which means the wait is almost over!