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Mike London

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  • 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...
  • FSU athletes organize Touchdown Pledge Drive to raise funds for Fanconi anemia research

    FSU athletes organize Touchdown Pledge Drive to raise funds for Fanconi anemia research
    FSU PK Roberto Aguayo is on record as saying he prefers field goals over touchdowns, but he’s willing to make an exception. Aguayo and TE Kevin Haplea helped organize a “Touchdown Pledge Drive” for Saturday’s contest against...
  • Virginia's last triumphant trip to Florida State a distant memory

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Nothing has really been the same for Virginia since its last journey to Tallahassee, Fla., in November 2011, but linebacker Daquan Romero never will forget what it was like the night U.Va. held on to shock Florida State. Romero is...
  • U.Va. seeks playmakers on offense to try to shock No. 2 Florida State

    U.Va. seeks playmakers on offense to try to shock No. 2 Florida State
    Though Virginia isn't some powerhouse program that should strike fear in a reigning national champion like Florida State on its turf, FSU coach Jimbo Fisher has a firm grasp on what's at stake this weekend for the Cavaliers. U.Va. (4-5, 2-3 Atlantic...
  • Virginia's blunders prove too costly in 34-20 loss at No. 2 Florida State

    Virginia's blunders prove too costly in 34-20 loss at No. 2 Florida State
    TALLAHASSEE, FLA. – For a few minutes Saturday night, Virginia was on to something big. Trying to orchestrate the most stunning upset of the college football season at No. 2 Florida State seemed like a realistic thought, but the moment was fleeting....
  • Previews and predictions for Saturday's college games

    Saturday's games MIAMI (6-4, 3-3 ACC) AT U.VA. (4-6, 2-4) WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Scott Stadium, Charlottesville. THE SKINNY: For the third time in Mike London's five seasons as coach, U.Va. has reached the 11th game with a 4-6 record. The previous two...
  • At 2-1 again, Virginia vows to avoid slides of last two seasons

    At 2-1 again, Virginia vows to avoid slides of last two seasons
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Virginia defeated Brigham Young to open last season. The Cougars finished 8-5, the Cavaliers 2-10. Virginia bested Penn State early in 2012. The Nittany Lions went 8-4, the Cavaliers 4-8. Senior linebacker Henry Coley, a team...
  • U.Va.'s Morgan Moses ready to hear name at NFL draft, graduation day

    From the moment he set foot on Virginia's campus, it seemed like Morgan Moses was destined to hear his name mentioned on NFL draft weekend at some point. Football came easy to the big man from Richmond. Academics were a different challenge. After...
  • Virginia's Demetrious Nicholson still weighing options ahead of Pittsburgh game

    Virginia's Demetrious Nicholson still weighing options ahead of Pittsburgh game
    Pregame nerves are a normal part of the routine for Virginia cornerback Demetrious Nicholson, but the fidgety, restless feeling he had Saturday before U.Va.’s 45-13 win against Kent State was different than past experiences. Not since U.Va.’s...
  • U.Va.-Pitt Coastal Division clash important, intriguing

    The mass email hit my inbox at 9:20 p.m. Saturday, less than three hours after Virginia's routine football flogging of Kent State. "2-0 in the ACC at Stake Next Saturday; Rock Scott!" the subject line trumpeted. Interpret the effectiveness and need of...
  • Virginia routs Kent State after lethargic first half, though crowd again is low

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — No one need remind anyone associated with Virginia's football program of the latent perils presented by mid-major opponents. In six of the last nine seasons, the Cavaliers have lost to teams from conferences such as the Mid-...