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Poll: How many ACC games will Virginia win?

Virginia's nonconference schedule has been eventful -- including injuries, a dismissal from the team, emergence of unexpected players, a postponed game, a last-second loss and a win over a top 25 team.

"The record, I’m not too caught up in," Coach Tony Bennett said after Tuesday's win over Texas-Pan American. "We’ll take 8-4, but you also look at some of those games we had chances in. From that standpoint, we have competed. I told our guys before the game: 'When you are alert and real competitive, I like the group sitting in front of me. But when you’re not, then it’s tough.' "

The schedule becomes tougher starting Saturday against North Carolina State. Here's your chance to predict the Cavaliers' fate in the 16-game ACC season:

By Zach Berman  |  January 8, 2010; 4:00 PM ET
 
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Speaking of postponed games, any word on when the UNC-W game is set to tip-off? I had tickets for the original game and am trying to figure out if I can make the rescheduled game on the 18th.

Posted by: jburksva | January 8, 2010 5:09 PM | Report abuse

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