Virginia-South Florida: Cavaliers Fall While Hopes Remain High

Posted by Ben Gibson on November-16-2009 Add Comments

Rome was not a built in a day, and neither will the Virginia men's basketball team. 

Coach Tony Bennett inherited quite the mess when he arrived to Charlottesville earlier this year.  He has a team that won 10 games last season, one that has lacked fundamentals on offense and defense.

He also has a team lacking the confidence and know-how to be successful. 

That was rather evident in Monday night's match-up against the South Florida Bulls.

Virginia came into the contest short-handed with the suspension of Assane Sene and Jamil Tucker's absence from the team.  They left with their tails between their legs and the optimism of a nascent season already on the line.

Now it may be hard to come away from ...

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