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Monday Morning Links

When Virginia Coach Al Groh hung up the phone after speaking with reporters Sunday night, he said that was the last he'll talk about Saturday's 16-3 win over North Carolina and that his focus will now shift to Indiana. Monday begins "Indiana Week", which has taken a different tone than the Cavaliers' past four game weeks.

Even though Virginia scored only 16 points, there were continued signs of progress with the offense. Five games in October is a good sign for the Cavaliers. And Dave Fairbanks believes Virginia has talent.

On the other sideline this weekend, Indiana begins a critical three-game stretch. Here is an interesting read from last week on the connection between the Hoosiers coach and quarterback.

The Bloomington Herald-Times breaks down Indiana's loss to Ohio State on Saturday:

Finally, a daily look at how Virginia has fared across the athletic department:

Sunday Results
Men's Golf: 3rd (Gary Koch Intercollegiate)

By Zach Berman  |  October 5, 2009; 8:29 AM ET
 
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