Full coverage: U-Va. lacrosse player George Huguely charged in death of Yeardley Love

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CHARLOTTESVILLE - In recent months, the members of the Virginia men's lacrosse team have sported blue rubber wristbands inscribed with the latin phrase "amat victoria curam." Loosely translated, that means "victory loves careful preparation," but the strict translation - "victory favors those who...
 
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