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  • Virginia hits 2010 low in 44-10 loss to North Carolina

    Virginia concluded the first half of Mike London's first season as coach with a grim reminder of how far the program has declined. Inept from the first snap Saturday night, the Cavaliers lost at home to North Carolina for the first time in 29 years. The...
  • London overcome by emotion after Virginia's statement victory over Miami

    London overcome by emotion after Virginia's statement victory over Miami
    Mike London is neither deaf, blind nor numb. He heard and read the scathing reviews of his Virginia football team, and they hurt. So as the clock expired Saturday on the Cavaliers' improbable 24-19 conquest of 22nd-ranked Miami, as a nine-game ACC losing...
  • It's one step forward, two steps back in Mike London's first season as coach

    It's one step forward, two steps back in Mike London's first season as coach
    As folks prepared to turn their clocks back Saturday, Virginia's football team took several steps back. "It's the most difficult thing on the planet Earth to lose that way," Cavaliers receiver Dontrelle Inman said. "Disheartening and disappointing,"...
  • Virginia's London thinks big picture

    Virginia's London thinks big picture
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Mike London brought his "A" game Monday. His Virginia football team needs to be even better Saturday at Virginia Tech. The Cavaliers share last place in the ACC's Coastal Division and are concluding their third consecutive...
  • Bowl bid secured, time for Virginia to get greedy

    Bowl bid secured, time for Virginia to get greedy
    COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Virginia didn't earn a championship Saturday. Or clinch a winning season. Or even beat a quality opponent. Yet there the Cavaliers were, dancing outside their locker room as the band played and fans cheered and administrators...
  • Best story, highest stakes is a U.Va-Virginia Tech Coastal showdown

    Best story, highest stakes is a U.Va-Virginia Tech Coastal showdown
    Hokie Nation will vehemently object, and understandably so. But if you appreciate the best story and high stakes, then hope that next week's Virginia-Virginia Tech collision becomes the ACC Coastal Division championship game. To create that Nov. 26...
  • Stepping up to FBS requires more than ambition, luxury suites

    Scandalous accusations, radical rules reform and conference realignment have big-footed the college sports news cycles of late, burying notable developments on many fronts. Case in point: Virginia Tech's opening football opponent, Appalachian State,...
  • Playing Watford as a true freshman a risk worth taking for UVa

    Playing Watford as a true freshman a risk worth taking for UVa
    The best quarterbacks in University of Virginia history — Shawn Moore, Aaron Brooks and Matt Schaub — did not play as true freshman. No surprise. Any college coach worth his courtesy rig will tell you quarterbacks, more than any, are better...
  • Can 'eternal optimist' London pull off another reversal?

    Mike London has been a part of several football revivals, as a player at Richmond, as an assistant coach at William and Mary, Boston College and Virginia. In each case, London's team won at least four more games than the previous season, confounding...
  • Game vs. Va. Tech chance for UVa to make history

    Game vs. Va. Tech chance for UVa to make history
    Virginia is on the brink of ACC football history. All the Cavaliers need do is beat their decade-long, why-did-we-let-these-guys-in-our-conference nemesis. Scale that wall Saturday and Virginia becomes the first ACC program to improve its league record...
  • For Virginia Tech, enhancing national credentials starts in its own backyard

    For Virginia Tech, enhancing national credentials starts in its own backyard
    Dyrell Roberts is sidelined for the season with a broken left arm, but the Virginia Tech senior receiver hasn't given up on returning to uniform. "He said if we make it to the national championship he will want to dress out and just step on the field,"...