NC State at Virginia 1/7/2015 7:00:00 PM | TV:ESPN2 | LIVE STATSNCAAGameSim.com Simulation Stats
This game has been simulated 68 times.
VA (2015) has won 60 times (88.2% of the time), won by > 20 pts 22 times (32.4% of the time)
ST (2015) has won 8 times (11.8% of the time), won by > 20 pts 1 times (1.5% of the time)
The average score is VA (2015): 71.0 - ST (2015):...
Virginia has set a high bar for defensive prowess during coach Tony Bennett's tenure, and this season's squad is on pace to finish as his stingiest yet.
The sixth-ranked Cavaliers, though, have needed a little more scoring to pull to the brink of their best start in 22 seasons. To secure that Sunday, they'll have to get past a well-rested Harvard team that's also achieved its recent...
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December 20, 2014
It was kind of a release to watch our guys just rear back and kick Norfolk State’s rear after they gave us two pretty hard-fought games in the last couple of times we met.
This one showed signs of becoming more of the same when the Spartans took a 6-5 lead just over five minutes in, but Malcolm Brogdon woke up the team and a pretty big crowd that was just waiting for something...
Without its starting point guard, Virginia still had little difficulty opening the season on a positive note.
Sophomore London Perrantes will be available Sunday night when the ninth-ranked Cavaliers try to remain perfect all-time against visiting Norfolk State.
Because of an offseason violation of team rules, Perrantes and backup forward Evan Nolte were suspended for two preseason...
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November 15, 2014
Tony Bennett has suspended Evan Nolte and London Perrantes for preseason scrimmages and their season opener against James Madison. The two already missed last weekend's scrimmage against Marquette and will also miss their final scrimmage against Georgetown this weekend.
Perrantes, according to a press release, violated team rules over the summer.
Virginia will now be without ...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) Two Virginia basketball players have been suspended for the Cavaliers' season-opener and two preseason scrimmages for violating team rules over the summer.
Coach Tony Bennett announced the suspensions of junior forward Evan Nolte and sophomore guard London Perrantes on Friday.
Nolte averaged 2.8 points off the bench last season and Perrantes averaged 5...
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November 07, 2014
Virginia Cavalier forward Evan Nolte is going down in mug shot history. Nolte was arrested early Sunday morning and was charged with being drunk in public. Here is what the police report says according to News Plex.
According to a police report, Nolte told an officer he had about 8 drinks.
Police say the officer tried to put Nolte into a taxi but Nolte got out of the car and ran...
I hope you liked this season. You won't see another one like it in a very, very long time, maybe not in your lifetime. Oh, not to say the team won't be good again, or even win ACC championships again, or that it won't be a lot of fun watching them do it. But the feeling of discovery will be gone. Not really knowing how good the team is, but finding out a little more every...
Mike Tobey popped a three. Evan Nolte posterized a dude. I officially don't know anymore.
We know Tobey can do that, of course; he hit three of them last year, out of five. We probably should've known Nolte can dunk; he is, after all, six foot eight. That said, some of these guys have a green light to take that shot. Tobey....Tobey does not. He had two options: make it...
Send to KindleThe proverbial ogling for the 16-seed who will eventually knock off the 1-seed was front row and center Friday night in Raleigh. First, Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleers under veteran head coach Cliff Ellis were not a 16-seed. CCU proved this in the first half of this game as the Chants took the lead at 19-17 on a spin by Josh Cameron with 9:04 to play in the first...
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Every year, at least one top seed has that moment where it seems like they will be the first to fall to a 16-seed. They make a run, get the crowd or viewers excited, and it's not quite enough.
Virginia had watched higher seeds get upset for nearly two full days before the Cavaliers got their chance to play, and then they were nearly a victim themselves.