Eleven days after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of West Virginia, No. 16 Virginia returns to action Saturday after a lengthy break for exams to host Davidson in yet another contrast of styles game.
The Cavaliers overcame a slow start and had their chances to knock off the Mountaineers in Morgantown, W.Va., but came up just short despite keeping the game at the pace they wanted.
"We played well enough to be in there and have a chance," Virginia head coach Tony Bennett said. "but not well enough in key stretches to come away with a win in this setting against that type of intensity and pressure."