Posted December 04, 2013 on AP on Fox
Joe Harris had plenty of company in his misery after a brutal offensive performance for Virginia. Averaging 12 1-2 points per game as the Cavaliers' scoring leader, he managed just two in a 48-38 loss to No. 8 Wisconsin on Wednesday night. Harris missed nine of 10 shots. The rest of the starting five? They missed 15 of 21. ''We obviously had a horrendous offensive night.'' Harris said. The Cavaliers' 23.4 percent (11 of 47) shooting percentage was the fourth-lowest in school history, and the 38 points was the second-fewest for a Virginia team in the shot clock era, since 1986. Wisconsin limited Virginia to its lowest point total since a 77-36 loss to Connecticut on Nov. 29, 1993. It figured to make Thursday's film session eye-opening. ''We're going to learn how poorly we played offensively and how out of sync and out of character we got,'' Harris said. ''We're all going to be shocked.'' The Cavaliers (7-2) h...
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