Associated Press

Mike Jarvis, coach at George Washington, was interviewed for the Virginia vacancy, according to a published report in Charlottesville.

The Daily Progress, in a story for today's editions, said Jarvis was the first person to be interviewed by Virginia Athletic Director Terry Holland to succeed Jeff Jones, who resigned a week ago after eight years as the Cavaliers' coach.

Neither Jarvis, 52, nor Holland could be reached for comment.

Jarvis, president of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, has led the Colonials to a 152-90 record and seven post-season appearances--four in the NCAA, three in the NIT--in eight years.

In 13 years as a Division I head coach, Jarvis has never had a losing season. George Washington's 24 wins this past season was the most ever by the school.

Holland indicated last week that he expects to hire a replacement for Jones by mid-April.


It may have been considered a prank, but Duke University police don't see it that way.

Two North Carolina students and one former student face charges of felonious breaking and entering in connection with the theft of a poster from Krzyzewski's office in Durham, N.C.

Warrants were issued for the arrest of former student Charles Bailey, 22, and two current North Carolina students--Benjamin Hartmere, 20, and Kenneth Kerr, 31.

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