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Mike London

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  • Dave Borbely, former Landstown coach Chris Beatty may join Virginia's football staff, according to internet reports

    CHARLOTTESVILLE - Former Virginia Beach high school football coach Chris Beatty could be in line for a role as an assistant for Virginia coach Mike London, and former Cavaliers assistant coach Dave Borbely may be returning to Charlottesville, according to...
  • Success of defining stretch run will be determined by Virginia's off-week focus after FSU loss

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — After seeing UCLA and North Carolina demoralize Virginia by scoring points off turnovers, and Georgia Tech start quick before mauling U.Va., linebacker Henry Coley was tired of the Cavaliers failing to have a little more...
  • U.Va. says goodbye to Max Valles and Tom O'Brien, welcomes new receivers

    U.Va. says goodbye to Max Valles and Tom O'Brien, welcomes new receivers
    Virginia's football program has had its fair share of impactful comings and goings in the past two days, but the departure of linebacker Max Valles qualifies as an unexpected change of heart. Valles, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound sophomore linebacker, decided...
  • U.Va. assistant Scott Wachenheim accepts head coaching job at VMI

    Though the head football coach position at Virginia Military Institute requires a candidate with a certain kind of mindset, former Virginia assistant coach Scott Wachenheim's background might just help him fit the bill. Sunday, Wachenheim was named the...
  • Virginia football shows improvement this season, but climb is still steep

    Virginia football shows improvement this season, but climb is still steep
    For the fourth time in his five seasons as Virginia's coach, Mike London looked his players in the eyes in a locker room in late November, knowing the season was over after another loss to Virginia Tech. It was the 11th consecutive time U.Va. had lost...
  • Mike London to return to Virginia in 2015

      Mike London will return to coach Virginia next season according to the school’s athletic director. Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage released a statement Wednesday afternoon confirming that London,  54, would be back for his sixth season....
  • Former Crabber David Watford says he is transferring from U.Va.

    With time winding down in his college career, personal goals left to achieve and limited playing opportunities at Virginia, quarterback David Watford signed a release Tuesday from U.Va. and will transfer to complete his final season of eligibility....
  • London earned sixth year at Virginia

    London earned sixth year at  Virginia
    Even Mike London’s legion of detractors concede that his Virginia football team is demonstrably better than last season’s depths. The Cavaliers, 2-10 a year ago, enter Friday’s regular-season finale at Virginia Tech 5-6 and favored...
  • Who has the edge? Sizing up U.Va. at Virginia Tech

    Friday's game VIRGINIA (5-6, 3-4 ACC) AT VIRGINIA TECH (5-6, 2-5) WHEN: 8 p.m. TV: ESPN. WHERE: Lane Stadium, Blacksburg. OFFENSE Neither U.Va. nor Tech has been terribly captivating on offense, but offensive line injuries for both teams —...
  • UM quarterback Brad Kaaya continues to set records

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A week ago, Miami's Brad Kaaya broke Bernie Kosar's single-season freshman passing record. On Saturday night against Virginia, Kaaya linked himself to another Hurricane great. With his 47-yard scoring pass to Phillip Dorsett...
  • Virginia likely secures London's job with rout of Miami

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – During preseason practice, Virginia receiver Canaan Severin made a circus, one-handed catch on a seam route. Those type of plays, Severin told graduate assistant coach Clint Sintim that day, are ones you want to save for a game....