"Guy was one of 101 prospects who participated in pre-draft workouts with the Kings and the only player who came back for a second visit. Divac said Guy, the all-time leader at Virginia in 3-point shooting at 42.5 percent, was one of the most gifted shooters in the draft. "His shooting is just exceptional," Divac said. "I’m very confident he’s one of the best shooters in this class. He’s just unbelievable. When we had him first time, it was like everybody, we were so excited, like, ‘We’ve got to bring him again to see if he was just lucky,’ and, no, he was making a lot of shots the second time, too. If you talk about Kyle’s game and say one thing that is elite, it is definitely shooting is an elite weapon for him.""
Nothing to see... just two regular guys (awaiting their draft picks) trash talking on the interwebs.
Concrete evidence progress is being made.
We finally know what he's doing now and why Coach Bennett was so clear that Nichols wouldn't be returning to the program next year.
Joey and Mike are back, reviewing Louisville's beatdown of Florida State, Notre Dame's slip-up at home to Michigan State, and all of the other ACC action from Week 3 (including awarding the #goacc Moment of the Week). Later, they preview the ACC action coming your way in Week 4, including the first true Thursday night ACC Showdown of the year, a dangerous matchup for Florida State, and a rematch of last year's de facto Coastal Division Championship Game.
After a long offseason, the college football season is finally here! Mike and Joey are back in their 8th episode to preview all of the week one contests across the ACC, while also diving into some listener questions and discussing the latest news and notes from around the conference. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play!
Mike and Joey are back this week, talking about Joey making some Clemson fans mad on Twitter (0:00), legal issues and an odd QB situation at Notre Dame (5:00), a suddenly fragile QB situation at Florida State (13:40), surprising QB situations at Virginia and Virginia Tech (18:50), listener questions on ACC matchups and barbecue (30:00), their picks for ACC Division and Conference Champions (50:30), and a look at the win totals set for every team in the conference (1:16:05). Subscribe on iTunes or on the Google Play Store!
Invent the future, y'all.
Virginia Women's Rugby, a club program at UVA, has made their first Division I championship game. The Cavaliers are set to face UC Davis in the finals, which take place at Saint Mary's College in California on 5 May. The Hoos have been to the Round of 16 fourteen years, with 11 trips to the Round of 8 and three Final Four appearances in that time frame. In the tournament, Virginia demolished James Madison University 82-12 (!!!) and scored 34 unanswered points on North Carolina to win 34-7 and secure their spot in the finals.
East Carolina has been added to Virginia basketball's 2016-2017 schedule, CBS Sports's Jon Rothstein reported. The game will take place in Charlottesville against the Pirates of the American Conference. ECU finished last season 12-20 and ranked #209 on KenPom.