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University of Virginia--#1 Seed in March Madness--Achieves Success through Biblical Principles

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The NCAA March Madness basketball tournament begins this week, and the coach of number one seed the University of Virginia says biblical principles have played a major role in getting them to this point.

 

 

 

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