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virginiasports.com To Feature Virginia's Official MicronPC.com Bowl Coverage

Dec. 16, 1999

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Fans can follow the Virginia Cavalier's road to the MicronPC.com Bowl with the only official coverage of the Cavaliers on the Internet at Virginia's official athletic site at WWW.VIRGINIASPORTS.COM. Produced by the University of Virginia athletic department in conjunction with Student Advantage's FANSonly Network, WWW.VIRGINIASPORTS.COM will also feature an opportunity to win great bowl prizes.

The only official site for Virginia athletics, WWW.VIRGINIASPORTS.COM will provide fans with updated team rosters, statistics, biographical sketches of the coaches and players, bowl notes and quotes, audio and video clips and more. In addition, fans can obtain ticket information, purchase merchandise, and receive general bowl information on the site. Fans who are unable to travel to the game can access the radio broadcast on gameday.

Through a unique promotion presented by Virginia and the FANSonly Network, Cavaliers fans can sign-up to participate in a bowl trivia contest that rewards winners with great Cavalier merchandise compliments of Cavalier Sports Marketing.

"We have tried to maintain WWW.VIRGINIASPORTS.COM as the complete online destination for Cavaliers fans," said Jeffrey Cravens, General Manager of the FANSonly Network. "With so many of our fans thirsting for bowl and team information, we are pleased that we can provide that through our official athletic sites."

 

 

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