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"My first play? I think I got double-teamed by the tight end and tackle," Guy said. "It wasn't anything I haven't seen before. I kind of hesitated a little bit, but I got back in my gap and I did what I was supposed to do."
Guy finally starts college career
Fayetteville Observer


There are "a couple of individual rivalries -- guys coming out of Carolina not being recruited by North Carolina," senior offensive guard Elton Brown said. "In my case, they recruited me, and then they stopped recruiting me. There's a little more incentive about this game."
South's Oldest Rivalry is Groh's Passion
Cavalier Daily


Coming into the season, one of Virginia's biggest question marks was at wide receiver. This should give you an idea why: The leading returning receiver among last year's wideouts is now the Cavaliers' starting quarterback.
New Cavs need to catch on
Daily Press


Marques Hagans knew that filling in for former quarterback Matt Schaub would be easier said that done.
Virginia's Hagans happy with outing
Charlottesville Daily Progress


Virginia coach Al Groh has known Gutekunst for years. "John and I wear the same number, so we've been around for the same amount of time," Groh said. "He was playing at Duke when I was playing here. He was coaching at Duke when I was coaching at North Carolina."
UVa Notes
Richmond Times Dispatch


It wouldn't have been a normal Virginia preseason without rumors that running back Wali Lundy had sustained some kind of debilitating injury.
Feeling better than ever
Roanoke Times


The N.C. High School Athletic Association begged the Atlantic Coast Conference for years to refrain from televising league basketball games on Tuesday. The conference worked with the high school group for years but gradually moved away from the informal agreement.
ACC moves in on Friday
Raleigh News & Observer



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