UVA football prepares for wet conditions with Duke, couple players returning from injury and basketball tip-off released

UVA football prepares for wet conditions with Duke, couple players returning from injury and basketball tip-off released

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Virginia DB Koen King caught fire against Duke, with two starters set to return. – Wahoos247

Safety coin king dealing with mcl spray Elliott should be out for a couple of weeks, but after that he’ll have to wait and see. But, on a positive note, the ‘Hoos will have WR Billy Kemp IV back in the lineup and S Antonio Clary coming back as well, as the pair missed both the ODU and Syracuse games due to illness/injury.

Virginia football released its depth chart ahead of Duke. – Spreading the lawn

On that note, UVA released its depth chart for the Duke game this weekend. For quick notes, Justus Johnson replaces Ty Furnish at center, Will Bettridge takes over from Brendan Farrell on spot kicks, and Nick Jackson’s first-half suspension for Syracuse’s targeting penalty will start DeSean Perry at MIKE linebacker. Other guys who could fill in there with Hunter Stewart and James Jackson.

Hoos Bracing for a wet night in Durham – Virginia Sports

As Hurricane Ian batters the East Coast, Saturday night’s race in Durham is set to be wet with a high chance of rain. With that, the ‘Hoos are making adequate preparations and have been practicing with balls to simulate the conditions they may face against the Blue Devils this week.

“Everybody says it’s football weather, but it’s not the best, I’ll tell you that, especially as a quarterback trying to throw the ball. But we’re doing some things here,” Brennan Armstrong said Tuesday. [wet] Balls, multiply that, what could have been.

“The main thing is just keeping the ball, the game long, next week, because that’s really going to be who’s going to win, who’s going to keep the ball, because it’s going to be a mess out there, so we’ve got to make sure we do that.

The 2022-2023 Virginia men’s basketball season has been announced – The knights now

Back to basketball, tip-times have been released for all but four of UVA’s men’s basketball games this season. Of note, the first two games of the season start at 9:00 p.m., with UVA’s game at Michigan in the BIG10 challenger tipping at 9:30 p.m. In contrast to those late starts, seven Saturday home games with day-time tips – including Saturday, February 11 against Duke at 4:00 pm – should be good opportunities to seal JPJ.

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It’s strange to think how UVA has the same record this year as it did last year. And there are some positives to consider for this team through four games. Take it with a grain of salt until the Huss wins games in real competition, but at least this team isn’t a complete disaster.

Back to basketball, the men’s team released this quick video of the first day of practice on Monday with associate head coach Jason Williford on the mic.

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I made myself another three piece, Christian pizza dinner last night which was a nice way to end the day. Not a ton else to report. As I mentioned yesterday, fall break is coming up this weekend and since I don’t have school on Friday, I’m counting down the last two days of class until I get myself a nice little five-day break.

On days like this I might start throwing out a couple of questions to my esteemed audience. So, to anyone who spends time in and around Charlottesville, answer me this: If you only have one night on the town, what is your go-to restaurant/food establishment for dinner? Let me know in the comments below!



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