November 18, 1990 |
What was supposed to be Maryland Coach Joe Krivak's last hurrah turned out instead to be another serious blow to Virginia's Cavaliers. "If there's anybody out there who's still looking for a bowl team, tell them we're ready and willing to go," Krivak said after Mark Mason's eight-yard touchdown run with 11:23 to play lifted the Terrapins to a 35-30 victory over No. 8 Virginia Saturday.
January 22, 1991 |
Two standout underclassmen decided to take their chances in pro football today, as Virginia wide receiver Herman Moore and Tennessee tailback Chuck Webb announced that they will give up their remaining college eligibility to enter the NFL draft. In Charlottesville, Va., Moore announced that he will give his final year of eligibility. "It's taken me some time to make this decision," the All-American told a news conference. "And it's my decision.
October 14, 1990 |
Moore and Moore, Virginia is looking like a serious contender for the national championship. Shawn Moore threw for three touchdowns, including two to Herman Moore, and ran for another as second-ranked Virginia routed North Carolina State, 31-0, Saturday at Charlottesville, Va. With No. 1 Michigan losing to Michigan State, 28-27, Virginia is expected to move up to the top spot.
October 9, 1990 |
Introducing the University of Virginia--Thomas Jefferson's legacy to higher education, khaki pants khapital of America, home of the undefeated and second-ranked Cavaliers. At Virginia, if it moves, it's wearing khaki or, at the very least, it's wearing a monogrammed, button-down collared shirt, preferably something in light blue with medium starch.
December 1, 1990 |
For the sake of formality, the good people at New York's historic Downtown Athletic Club asked Heisman Trophy voters this year to choose from among five finalists. As gestures go, this one was gracious, correct and entirely meaningless. In truth, this has become a Heisman race run exclusively for two players, maybe three--and that's stretching it. A breakdown of the Fab Five: --The favorite: Notre Dame flanker and kick returner Raghib (Rocket) Ismail.