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Freshmen try to avoid hitting the wall

This time of year can be rough for players used to shorter seasons

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Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013 12:00 am

CHARLOTTESVILLE Two years ago, Virginia had just finished a 49-47 victory over Clemson, and Cavaliers freshman Joe Harris was exhausted.

His experience is not an unusual one, as young players find their enthusiasm giving way to the grind of a long season.

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