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March 31, 2010
ACC All Access wraps up an outstanding women’s basketball season with an all-access highlight reel. Our camera crews go behind the scenes for locker room speeches and go inside the huddle during games of the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament in Greensboro.
Then Mike Hogewood goes one-on-one with Virginia head baseball coach Brian O’Connor, who is in his 7th season with the Cavaliers and has an overall record of 283-107-1 (108-65-1 in the ACC). In 2009, O’Connor led Virginia to its first College World Series berth and was named National Coach of the Year.
And in this weeks’ Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood discusses Duke’s trip in another Men’s Basketball Final Four and says the Blue Devils just might cut the nets in Indianapolis next Monday night.
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