Cavaliers Still Rolling

By | February 23, 2015

The University of Virginia Cavaliers are having one of their best seasons ever and continue rolling on a six-game win streak after a 51-41 win over Florida State University. The Cavaliers proved that they were not affected by their late January loss to Duke, which was their first and only loss of the season.

The Cavaliers came together and rallied back in this game after there was a head on collision with London Perrantes and Malcolm Brogdon, where guard Perrantes suffered a broken nose and was forced to sit out the majority of the second half. There was a big gasp across the arena after Perrantes went down as the Cavaliers fans are still on edge after junior guard and leading scorer Justin Anderson suffered a hand injury in the Cavaliers win over Louisville, he is scheduled to return next month.

This win also marked the 200th career win for Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett, who accumulated 131 wins while on the sidelines for Virginia. The Cavaliers will match up with Wake Forest in their next game to continue their winning streak going into March Madness and remain in the ACC Top Rankings, they are currently #2 ranked.

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