I hate it when fans and fanzine-type writers prattle on about fouls and bad officiating. I say that as a prelude to a column about UVA hoops, fouls and bad officiating.
AFP editor Chris Graham leads our live blog as #12 UVA (16-3) faces #1 Villanova (19-2) Sunday at 1 p.m. With game preview, stats and more.
No. 12 UVA (16-3) plays at No. 1 Villanova (19-2) in ACC men’s basketball action on Sunday.
The Paramount Theater invites the community to cheer on 12th-ranked UVA as the Cavs take on #1 Villanova this Sunday at 1 p.m.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks sports with The Mark Moses Show on 1560-The Fan in Melbourne, Fla.
#3 Virginia now owns wins over two teams in the running for a #1 national seed, Villanova back on Dec. 19 and North Carolina on Saturday night.
Virginia basketball, according to sports jacket-wearing radio weanie Colin Cowherd, is, oh, so, boring.
The polls had this one as #8 Virginia against #12 Villanova. The KenPom.com power rankings had these two teams in the top five nationally.
Virginia senior Mike Tobey played all of one minute in the first half Saturday before going to the bench with two fouls.
A 14-0 second-half Virginia run gave the Cavs the lead for good in an 86-75 win over #12 Villanova on Saturday.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads our live coverage from Charlottesville, Va., as #8 Virginia (8-1) faces #12 Villanova (8-1) in college basketball action.
No. 8 Virginia (8-1) hosts No. 12 Villanova (8-1) in non-conference action on Saturday, Dec. 19. Tipoff at John Paul Jones Arena is set for noon. The game is sold out.
No. 5/5 Villanova scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:12 left to post a 29-22 victory over No. 20/23 Liberty on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs.
The short answer to the question, Can UVa. be a #1 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament, is yes.
The William and Mary football team had its three-game winning streak snapped with a narrow 20-16 loss at No. 20 Villanova on Saturday afternoon.
There was some controversy, to say the least, over the 6-yard Rodney Landers-to-Mike Caussin TD pass in the first quarter of JMU’s 31-27 win over Villanova on Saturday. Was it a TD? Or should it have been ruled an interception? AFP editor Chris Graham reporting. Length: 2:24.
JMU rallied to knock off Villanova 31-27 in a I-AA playoff game Saturday in Harrisonburg. AFP editor Chris Graham reporting with footage from the sidelines, including an exclusive closeup look at a controversial first-quarter JMU touchdown that had everybody’s attention after the game. Length: 2:45.
You had the feeling that it was just too much time to give Rodney Landers and top-ranked James Madison. Landers capped an 11-play, 54-yard fourth-quarter drive with a 1-yard run with 1:38 to go, and Brandon Randolph sealed the deal with a last-minute interception to give JMU a 31-27 win over Villanova in the quarterfinal round […]