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UVa prepares for 1st road trip since Love's death


Some of North Carolina's women's lacrosse players recently honored a slain Virginia player by painting their toenails Cavaliers' orange. The Tar Heels plan to hold a moment of silence and wear orange wristbands bearing her initials. For a Cavaliers team in emotional tumult following the death of one of its own, this promises to be anything but a typical road trip. (WRAL.com)


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