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Virginia Coach Al Groh takes leadership seriously, often alluding to other leaders in public comments. He has praised defense end Zane Parr, who grew up in a pitcher in the home of the Little League World Series. This week's challenge is stopping Duke quarterback Thaddeus Lewis.

On the other side, Duke's success actually mirrors last season. Duke and Virginia have much in common.

Some men's basketball stories this morning, too: Jeff Jones is a player to watch this season. Virginia Coach Tony Bennett is keeping expectations low. As mentioned in this space last night, guard Calvin Baker had knee surgery.

By Zach Berman  |  October 28, 2009; 9:01 AM ET
 
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