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ICYMI - Virginia is Losing One of the Cavaliers Top Playmakers

Geoff Burke

From ESPN:

Virginia tight end Jake McGee, one of the Cavaliers' top playmakers and their leading pass-catcher in 2013, will transfer following his graduation in May, the school announced on Friday.

McGee led the Cavaliers in receiving last year with 43 catches and 395 yards. This spring, he moved to wide receiver to better make use of his athletic ability.

"I want to thank Jake for his contributions to the Virginia program and wish him the best," coach Mike London said in a statement. "When I came to UVa, he was one of the first players we recruited because he had committed to play for me at Richmond. I am very proud of the fact he will graduate from the University this spring. I hope he finds a program that fits his desires for his final season as a college player."

We were already expecting UCLA to come out and dominate and Virginia in our season opener in what should be a championship caliber season. This is not going to make things any easier for the Cavaliers.

GO BRUINS.

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