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David Watford

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  • Watford learning as he leads U.Va. against speedy Oregon defense

     Watford learning as he leads U.Va. against speedy Oregon defense
    David Watford admits he's mentally put himself in Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota's shoes. As a quarterback, it's hard not to envision what you might be able to do in an offense as frenetic as Oregon's. That's not to say Watford doesn't have faith...
  • Anemic ground game most glaring issue in Virginia's loss to No. 2 Oregon

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Admirably and quite inaccurately, David Watford shouldered the blame. One touchdown in 16 possessions? Four turnovers and no downfield passing game? Anemic rushing for the second time in as many games? "It wasn't really the...
  • ACC All Access: Witnessing Oregon's speed offers eye-opening experience

    Many of my esteemed Daily Press colleagues have forgotten more college football games than I’ve seen in my 19 years in journalism (NOT an age insult; just a tip of the hat to experience), but I’ve still witnessed my share of jaw-dropping speed...
  • Walk-on freshman excels as U.Va. rolls to 49-0 win vs. VMI

    Walk-on freshman excels as U.Va. rolls to 49-0 win vs. VMI
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — University of Virginia second-year quarterback David Watford threw two touchdowns and ran for another, Kevin Parks set a new personal best, walk-on freshman Daniel Hamm had an outstanding college debut, and U.Va. overcame a shaky...
  • Pitt could be ideal opponent for U.Va., Watford to go deep against

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — David Watford completed 47 passes in Virginia's first two games this season, versus Brigham Young and Oregon. None gained more than 20 yards, a conservative approach that left fans, and perhaps players and coaches, far too cranky...
  • Teel Time: Watford appears comfortable as Virginia's leader

    Naturally, David Watford has much to prove as a college quarterback. He’s started only three games for Virginia, none on the road, and remains a unknown quantity as a passer, runner and decision-maker. But the more I see of Watford off the field,...
  • Some points to ponder 100 days until the local college football season

    Some points to ponder 100 days until the local college football season
    There are still 100 days left until the start of the college football season, but programs from Hampton Roads and the Commonwealth have been active enough to provide gossip material for an entire offseason. The state's two biggest programs —...
  • Penalties, turnovers hurt U.Va. in 48-27 loss to Ball State

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Penalties and turnovers were the theme as the Virginia football team fell to 2-3 on the season with a 48-27 loss to Mid-American Conference opponent Ball State (5-1) in front of a sparse crowd of just 38,228 at Scott Stadium on...
  • U.Va.'s Tom O'Brien reinforces winning approach to floundering team

     U.Va.'s Tom O'Brien reinforces winning approach to floundering team
    Before the season started, Tom O'Brien knew there could be some issues if Virginia didn't catch some breaks. A guy with his level of coaching experience can see into the future that way. He looked at the roster and saw just seven seniors and 55...
  • Terps edge Virginia, 27-26, after Cavaliers miss late field-goal attempt

    Terps edge Virginia, 27-26, after Cavaliers miss late field-goal attempt
    COLLEGE PARK – After 94 years of a closely contested Maryland-Virginia rivalry, it seemed appropriate that the last scheduled game came down to one desperate third-down pass, one field-goal attempt in the final seconds and one point separating the...
  • Rowe's second start at quarterback ends on a higher note for Terps

    COLLEGE PARKĀ — Maryland quarterback Caleb Rowe's second career start began under circumstances similar to his first as a freshman last season. It nearly ended with similar heartbreak for the 6-foot-3, 210-pound sophomore. A year ago, after...