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Worth the wait: How Virginia’s first championship became a rare triumph

By Mike Williams | @MikeWritesSport

Sports Capital Journalism Program

MINNEAPOLIS — After the confetti cannons and net cutting and the traditional playing of “One Shining Moment” within U.S. Bank Stadium late Monday night, Virginia’s Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome sat behind microphones to answer questions about their program’s first national championship. One year earlier, the […]

Virginia basketball: De’Andre Hunter scored a career-high 27 points on the night when his team needed him most

By Mike Williams | @MikeWritesSport

Sports Capital Journalism Program

Editor’s note: Sports Capital Journalism Program student Mike Williams, writing for NCAA.com, writes how Virginia’s De’Andre Hunter saved his best performance of his young career for when his team needed him most – in the national championship game.

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How Virginia and Auburn approach the 3-point shot

By Zach Griffith | @ZachGriffith17

Sports Capital Journalism Program

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After a challenging season, Houston’s Oliver working toward draft day

By Justin Byers | @Justin_A_Byers

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — A year ago, Ed Oliver, the 2017 Outland Trophy winner from the University of Houston, was the anticipated number one overall pick of the 2018 National Football League Draft. Now, Oliver is not a clear-cut favorite to be a top pick.

“People have me […]

Leading wide receivers could fill a need for the Colts

By Kris Norton | @CKrisNorton

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — If the 2018 season for the Indianapolis Colts was all about Andrew Luck’s return to throwing footballs, then 2019 can be expected to be about who he will be targeting.

Outside of Pro Bowler T.Y. Hilton, the only wide receivers under contract for 2019 […]