CHARLOTTE — University of Virginia men’s head basketball coach Tony Bennett addressed his team’s historic loss in the NCAA tournament. The #1 seed Virginia Cavaliers became the first #1 seed in NCAA tournament history to lose in the first round to a #16 seed. The #16-seeded University of Maryland – Baltimore County defeated Virginia by 20 points – 74-54. The following statements were provided after the game and published on VirginiaSports.com.
× Photo shows flipped truck on 288 POWHATAN, Va. — All lanes of Route 288 north, near the James River Bridge, in Powhatan have reopened following a Friday morning crash. Photos from the highway showed a flipped pick-up truck overturned in the far right lane. Police have not yet released information about the cause of the crash, nor if anyone was injured. Traffic had been backed up five miles during the Friday morning commute.
NEW YORK CITY — There’s a new trend in engagement rings. Instead of a diamond ring around your finger, a diamond is embedded IN your finger, WCBS reports. “We notice lately a lot of people coming looking for that,” Sam Abbas, who owns NYC Ink Studio in the West Village, said. Apparently, some millennials are ditching the usual engagement ring and instead piercing their ring fingers.
@RVAjenks@Cuse_MBB I also recall regular season wins vs. Kansas (in Kansas City) and vs. UNC (in NYC) as being unexpected wins at that time in the season. Also wins at UCONN when they were great (6 OT game).
Ok @Cuse_MBB fans: Where does this game rank among most UNEXPECTED victories? I mean, they’ve had bigger wins, and certainly better — but this has got to be one of the most unexpected since. UVa. in the Elite 8 and vs. Kansas I’m ‘96 also come to mind.
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Selecting a term
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