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ago, pulling down an average of 3.6 rebounds.
Mullen (6.9 points per game last year), Dan
Merrifield and highly regarded freshman Tom
Sheehey will also vie for forward spots,
Sheehey, at 6-8 the second-tallest player on
the team, should see a lot of action and may
start because of his rebounding prowess. The
recruit from Rochester, N.Y. has been com
pared to Larry Bird and Mitch Kupchak. Hol
land himself called Sheehey a "big Jeff
Miller and Sheehey will be the bulk of Vir
ginia's inside offense, and Miller is aware of
"I definitely feel like I have to score and re
bound more this season," he said. "I have to
create more opportunities for myself."
Sheehey, on the other hand, does not seem
intimated ty what awaits him in his first col
lege season. "I guess there's a little pressure to
get rebounds, but not much," he said. "I'm
satisfied with what I can do."
Overall, the Cavaliers have lost a lot from
last season, including one of the most domi
nating forces in the college game since Bill
Walton and Lew Alcindor. But to count Vir
ginia out of the ACC picture because Ralph
Sampson is now playing in Houston would be
a big mistake.
The Cavaliers proved last year that they
could win without Ralph. Virginia defeated
NCAA runner-up Houston last year by nine
points with Sampson out of the lineup. They
also beat Boston College, Missouri, - James
Madison, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech with
Sampson on the bench for long stretches. Hol
land is a team-oriented coach, and the Cava
liers have proven they can function without
Expect another solid Virginia team this
season not of the caliber of last year's
squad, but capable of 18 to 22,victories and a
few upsets along the way.
"It's fun being the underdog," Carlisle
said. "You have nothing to lose. I'm going to
enjoy going after teams we're not expected to
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"He's talkative, but he's sort of to
himself," says Exum. "He's a loner."
There's no better proof than the fact that he
lives alone in his own apartment ("It was just
best for me."). There he can have his privacy
and listen to his music, which is one of his big
gest hobbies. "I like music with a nice mellow
beat," he says.
A nice mellow beat. It couldn't be more fitting.
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