Most people will remember "The Big Shot" Ty Jerome knocked down to give Virginia the go ahead win, but he brought so much more to the game. He wasn't the fastest or most athletic player on the court, but he might of been the smartest. His IQ and instincts set him apart from the competition. It is clear he understands his limitations, which is key for a player who often makes the right decision on both ends of the court. The moment didn't phase him as he stayed poised in a hostile environment, only turning the ball over once. Virginia set the tempo early and didn't seem rattled. This was my first time visiting Cameron Indoor Stadium and honestly it takes a focused team to walk out of there with a win. The Cameron Crazies do their job creating a chaotic atmosphere, something I cannot really describe, but they make sure their team has the home court advantage. Television doesn't do it justice, it's truly something you have to experience in person from start to finish. Virginia is built to make a run come March. If they're able to control pace, defend, and knockdown shots, it'll be many long nights for their opponents when it matters the most. It all start with Jerome, he steers the ship and they'll go as far as he takes them.