There weren’t many points in Monday night’s UNC-Virginia game in Charlottesville, but when there were some, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett and his team were making them.
There weren’t many points in Monday night’s UNC-Virginia game in Charlottesville, but when there were some, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett and his team were making them. Steve Helber AP
There weren’t many points in Monday night’s UNC-Virginia game in Charlottesville, but when there were some, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett and his team were making them. Steve Helber AP
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Old-school Virginia does what it does, and it was enough to beat UNC

March 01, 2017 09:48 AM

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