According to this VirginiaSports.com release, the University of Virginia won its 14th Virginia Sports Information Director’s Association Division I All-Sport championship. The Hoos have claimed five straight titles and seven in the last nine years.
UVa won .646 percent of its contests in the 2011-2012 school year. The VaSID D-I All-Sport competition (includes winning percentages of only those sports with NCAA sponsored championships) has been recognized since 1978-79 and the Cavaliers have won 14 titles. Virginia leads the title count. ODU (12), JMU (3), Hampton (2), George Mason (1), Richmond (1), and VCU (1) have all won the championship in the past.
Hoo-Tube Video Of The Day
The Afternoon Break includes a daily video. Today’s pick features Virginia star linebacker LaRoy Reynolds, one of the team’s leading tacklers the past two seasons. “Rampage” Reynolds has 160 tackles, including 15 Tackles For Loss, to date in his Cavalier career.
- On the football board, there’s a thread on Notre Dame and the Orange Bowl. Reports say Irish may be taking a tie-in deal with the Orange.
- This EDGE article features some UVa basketball recruiting notes, including a blurb on 2013 forward Schuyler Rimmer. There’s a basketball board thread on Rimmer here.
- Check out this baseball board thread on Derek Casey, a recent UVa recruiting commitment. There’s also this thread on recruit Nathan Kirby.
- The Corner variety pack: HBO’s The Newsroom, car roof carriers, San Diego fireworks, an Algorithm question, and full house generators.
This portion of the break looks at TheSabre.com’s favorite Twitter retweet of the day. Follow @thesabre.
Today’s retweet is from the David Glenn Show (follow @DavidGlennShow). Chip Patterson of CBSSports.com joined the show.
@DavidGlennShow: Patterson on Orange Bowl: This announcement was huge for the ACC. Guarantees 1 if not 2 ACC teams in the elite bowls/playoff