Despite junior guard Precious Hall’s career-high seven 3-pointers, No. 23 JMU women’s basketball fell 80-64 to No. 10/8 Maryland on the first day of the San Juan Shootout at the Mario Morales Coliseum on Friday.
The UVA defense held a potent Miami attack in check, and put in a surprisingly dominant effort in the second half in a 30-13 win over the favored Hurricanes on Saturday night in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
Duke Johnson ran for 249 yards, the Miami defense held Virginia Tech scoreless until the final two minutes, and the Hurricanes dominated the Hokies in a 30-6 win in ACC football action in Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va., Thursday night.
A segment in the morning news rotation on CNN TV today is blasting politicians for, you know, playing politics with Ebola. Which is only noteworthy because of how CNN has itself been playing, um, well, media, with Ebola for days now.
Try as I might, I can’t convince myself that UVA can pull it off this weekend against #21 Louisville.
It would seem obvious that the Redskins name is death to Washington NFL franchise owner Daniel Snyder, who you would think would want the focus of those providing free media about his team be on things like whether Robert Griffin III and new coach Jay Gruden can lead a return to the playoffs and other on-field activities rather than on how big of a racist millions think the team owners and management have to be to continue using a slur as a team nickname.
The open carry gun groups sure are getting what they want. If what they want is more public pressure to put restrictions on gun rights.
The No. 3 UVa. baseball team heads to No. 25 Miami Saturday through Monday (March 22-24) for a three-game ACC series. The teams will play three 7 p.m. games at Alex Rodriguez Park in Coral Gables, Fla.
Four down, seven more to go, as the 2014 Super Bowl Tournament shifts from the Wild Card to Divisional Round. Four teams rested this weekend, and enjoy home-field advantage next weekend. How much of a difference does the rest and home cookin’ make?
Miami scored on its second play from scrimmage. Virginia Tech dominated from there, getting 408 total yards and no turnovers from quarterback Logan Thomas and another strong defensive effort en route to a surprisingly easy 42-24 win.
Earlier this week, I laid out the argument for how the ACC had not one, but three national-title contenders. Florida State is the obvious one, at #2 in the BCS rankings after its 51-14 demolition of then-third-ranked Clemson last week. But Miami came into the week ranked seventh, with a game at FSU next week and a game at home against #14 Virginia Tech, the other contender in my argument.
The William and Mary football team fell at No. 14/17 Maine, 34-20, on Saturday afternoon at Alfond Stadium.
Most of the second half was played on Miami’s side of the 50. When the ‘Canes finally got on the plus side of the field, they made things happen. “Unbelievable,” UM coach Randy Shannon said after his team’s improbable 24-17 come-from-behind win at UVa. on Saturday in Charlottesville, in a game that the Cavs seemed […]