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Saturday Morning Links

Finally, it's Saturday. Here are some gameday links, including one from western North Carolina that will agitate Virginia fans...

You can check out three keys to Saturday's game in this morning's Washington Post. Jerry Ratcliffe tells Virginia fans that the new offense (which is actually an old offense) provides reason for hope. Are the 0-3 Cavaliers going to turn the season around again, Michael Phillips explores. Perhaps the problem is the Cavaliers have become used to losing, Doug Doughty writes.

Either way, the weekend already started poorly for Coach Al Groh and his staff. In the first major de-commitment of Virginia's recruiting season, quarterback Tyler Brosius plans to play football at North Carolina State -- not Virginia. “If Virginia was 3-0 right now, my decision would be the same,” Brosius told Andrew Pearson of the Ashville Citizen-Times.

For anyone watching today's game, Kenan Stadium has experienced some recent renovations:

Finally, a daily look at scores around Virginia athletics...

Friday Results
Field Hockey: No. 1 Maryland 3, No. 3 Virginia 1
Men's Soccer: No. 5 North Carolina 1, No. 12 Virginia 0

By Zach Berman  |  October 3, 2009; 8:14 AM ET
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