Despite Great Start, Nothing Guaranteed
October 28, 2002 CHARLOTTESVILLE In the days leading up to his team’s trip to Georgia Tech, Virginia coach Al Groh rejected all talk of a possible bowl invitation and spoke bravely of the Cavaliers’ quest for the ACC championship. Maryland’s improbable run to the 2001 ACC title after being picked seventh in the preseason provided hope and precedent for future teams, such as…
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