I'm Central Virginia born and raised, a 2010 UVa graduate, and have been a Virginia fan since the late 90s, so I've seen some bad football and basketball (though the tide seems to be turning), but also some great moments, including in my first year when Sean Singletary, JR Reynolds, and the rest of the Hoos nearly led the team to the Sweet 16, the 2007 Chris Long-fueled football success, and the first season of Tony Bennett during my fourth year, when the overall record wasn't positive, but the blueprint was laid for the success we see now. I also attended my first UVa baseball game in 2004, which coincidentally was Brian O'Connor's first season at the school. Since fall 2010, I've been chronicling my thoughts on UVa sports with a blog of my own, Amped Up, at http://aaronampedup.blogspot.com. There, I've been able to write about the rise of Bennett's program, the optimism and then downfall of the Mike London era, the rebirth of the football program under Bronco Mendenhall, and also the baseball team's surprise run to the 2015 College World Series title.

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Virginia 38, Duke 20

Late in the third quarter of Saturday's game at Scott Stadium, the Wahoos were down 20-17, and the Blue Devils were nearing the red zone, trying to add to their lead. Virginia had only forced two turnovers to that point -- a fairly pedestrian number compared to recent meetings with Duke.

Then the Devils remembered who they were ...

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Virginia picked up two more graduate transfers Sunday, this time on the defensive side of the ball.

D'Angelo Amos is a 6-foot-1, 185-pound safety, and Adeeb Atariwa is a 6-3, 275-pound lineman. Both have one year left and are immediately eligible after graduating from James Madison.