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(AP) -- Virginia has set a high bar for defensive prowess during coach Tony Bennett's tenure, and this season's squad is on pace to finish as his stingiest yet.
The sixth-ranked Cavaliers, though, have needed a little more scoring to pull to the brink of their best start in 22 seasons. To secure that Sunday, they'll have to get past a well-rested Harvard team that's also achieved its recent success in large part by slowing down opponents.
Virginia leads the nation with 56.2 points allowed per game over the past five seasons - Bennett took over in 2009-10 - and this season's team is giving up just 48.1 points on 32.7 percent shooting. The Cavaliers' average of 54.2 points allowed in 2011-12 is their lowest since the NCAA introduced the shot clock in 1985-86.MORE
|Atlantic Coast Standings|
|21 Notre Dame||1-0||11-1|
|North Carolina State||1-0||9-2|
|18 Miami (FL)||0-0||9-2|
|24 North Carolina||0-0||8-3|
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