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15-3, 4th in ACC
Chris Morris

Lunardi's No. 4 seeds change around

UVA, West Virginia, Creighton and Notre Dame are the No. 4 seeds in Joe Lunardi's latest Bracketology. The Cavs and Irish maintain their footing from last week, but No. 4 is a demotion for the Mountaineers and the Bluejays. Bracketology

UVA slowly climbing the ranks

The Cavs move up one spot on Jeff Goodman's list this week to No. 13. UVA faces Notre Dame on the road on Tuesday in what should be a tough matchup. Power Rankings

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Virginia makes it four in a row with win over Georgia Tech (0:32)
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Jackets face stiff test in Charlottesville

Despite upsetting the Cavaliers last January, BPI does not see Georgia Tech as having much of a chance to repeat the feat Saturday on the road. No. 16 Virginia is seeking its third consecutive victory. Preview

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Virginia tops Boston College with ease (0:49)
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No. 16 Virginia beats Boston College 71-54

Devon Hall scored 13 points and Isaiah Wilkins had 11 points and nine rebounds before heading to the bench early on Wednesday night as No. 16 Virginia beat Boston College 71-54.

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Watch: UVA heavily favored over BC

The No. 16 Cavaliers are in Chestnut Hill to face the Eagles on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET. UVA has won its last two games and is in fourth place in the ACC. ACC/WatchESPN

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BPI names conference winners; Kansas is not among them

Kansas looks like the favorite to win a 13th consecutive Big 12 title, but BPI sees things differently. We crunched the BPI numbers and have the winners in all six major conferences.

Chris Morris

Distinct ACC flavor to Joe's No. 3 line

Joe Lunardi promotes Louisville from the 4 line after beating Duke while Florida State drops from a No. 2 following its loss to North Carolina. Virginia is also there, along with Creighton. Bracketology

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Cavaliers slide one spot in rankings

London Perrantes recorded a season-high 25 points in Virginia's 77-73 win over Clemson on Saturday, helping Virginia tally its sixth-straight win over the Tigers. Power Rankings

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Virginia fights off Clemson 77-73 (0:33)

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

You've got to feel for Clemson. The Tigers are clearly a solid team. They're right there. They were a bucket away from beating UNC in OT, played Notre Dame tight in South Bend and, today, fell just short again against Virginia in Littlejohn. Other than a slip at Georgia Tech, Brad Brownell's guys have played well in every ACC game thus far -- and they're 1-4. Ouch.

Chris Morris

UNC, Virginia among Lunardi's 3 seeds

Three straight victories for the Tar Heels were not enough to keep Joe Lunardi from dropping them to his three line, where the Cavaliers remained following their recent win over Wake Forest. Bracketology

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Bilas Index: Cavaliers ranked No. 16

Virginia allows just 51.4 points per game and 17.6 paint points per game, notes Jay Bilas. That makes the Cavs a threat once again in the loaded ACC. Top 68 (Insider)

Virginia rises in Power Rankings

The Cavs bounced back from two straight losses with a 79-62 win over Wake Forest. Up next is a road trip to Clemson on Saturday. Power Rankings

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Virginia uses big second half to beat Wake Forest (0:49)
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Virginia's Perrantes talks about his role with the team (1:05)
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Wake Forest's Woods hits the 3 from deep (0:15)
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Perrantes hits a 3 to pad the Virginia lead (0:21)
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Jack Salt throws down the putback dunk (0:36)

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.6270th
Rebounds Per Game33.3305th
Assists Per Game15.289th
Points Allowed53.21st

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Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record28-20
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances20