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Ebony, November 2022

This is supposed to be the best time of year for college sports, a time when the calendar gods deliver the 2-for-1 fall special where you can catch an afternoon basketball game followed by a football tilt that same weekend, or vice-versa.

But on the University of Virginia’s campus, instead of hyped co-eds, you have a campus full of hurt, still trying to make sense of the senseless killings of three UVA football players by a former Cavaliers football player after all returned on a charter bus to campus following a class field trip on November 13.

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