RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Mike London

A collection of news and information related to Mike London published by this site and its partners.

Top Mike London Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • Defense leads UCLA past Virginia 28-20

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Forget “best player in the country.” On Saturday, Brett Hundley wasn't even the most productive quarterback on the field. But his defensive teammates provided three second-quarter touchdowns, and UCLA's Heisman...
  • Teel Time: As expected, Virginia crowd lags, even for No. 7 UCLA

    CHARLOTTESVILLE -- Scott Stadium’s official capacity in 1998 was 40,000, making the crowd of 42,800 for Virginia’s home opener against Maryland that year a source of pride. Saturday’s attendance of 44,749 for the 2014 opener against...
  • Who has that champion's look in 2014?

    Properly disguised and timed, a reverse ranks among football's coolest plays. Stout defenses appear clueless, while their sage coordinators spike headsets in frustration. Reversals of team fortunes can be equally unexpected and, depending on your...
  • Recipe for college football championships begins with right people

    They've won championships and playoff games and major bowls. They've started from scratch and elevated existing programs to new heights. They've done it with offense, with defense and with special teams. Successful college football programs abound in...
  • A closer look at FSU's 2014 football schedule

    A closer look at FSU's 2014 football schedule
    • Oklahoma State (At AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas), Aug.30, 8 p.m., ABC The Buzz: Seminoles open season in Jerry World against a Cowboys squad that is looking to break in a relatively untested secondary. • The Citadel, Sept. 6, 7:30 p.m.,...
  • Virginia coach showers praise on UCLA's Brett Hundley

    Virginia coach showers praise on UCLA's Brett Hundley
    UCLA football coaches, players and fans had better get used to this. The Brett Hundley Love Fest kicked off Monday. During his weekly news conference, Virginia Coach Mike London gushed about UCLA's quarterback in advance of Saturday's season opener in...
  • Virginia heads back into semi-permanent two-quarterback mode with Lambert and Johns

     Virginia heads back into semi-permanent two-quarterback mode with Lambert and Johns
    All of the questions were going to be answered this season. This fall was supposed to be when Virginia settled on a quarterback and didn’t revert to the two-quarterback carousel it employed in 2011 and 2012. It was going to be sophomore Greyson...
  • Pressuring quarterback imperative if Virginia is to upset Louisville

     Pressuring quarterback imperative if Virginia is to upset Louisville
    Virginia extended UCLA deep into the fourth quarter two weeks ago with a defense that not only stuffed the run but also battered the quarterback. The Cavaliers will need to recreate that formula, and then some, if they're to upset Louisville on Saturday...
  • U.Va. gets its first ACC win since November 2012, upsetting No. 21 Louisville 23-21

    U.Va. gets its first ACC win since November 2012, upsetting No. 21 Louisville 23-21
    CHARLOTTESVILE — A week after snapping a 10-game skid, Virginia kicked off ACC play in style with a 23-21 upset over No. 21 Louisville on Saturday in the third meeting between the schools, and first as annual conference rivals. U.Va. (2-1, 1-0 ACC)...
  • U.Va. gets its first win in almost a year, beating Richmond 45-13

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — As Virginia third-year defensive end Eli Harold pointed out, it had been 350 days since the football program had celebrated a victory. Saturday at Scott Stadium, Mike London was facing Richmond, his alma mater and former team,...
  • Virginia needs to continue defensive progress with Louisville, BYU on horizon

     Virginia needs to continue defensive progress with Louisville, BYU on horizon
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Daquan Romero spent all of 30 minutes on the town Saturday night basking in Virginia's first football victory in nearly a year. Then it was back to work. A senior linebacker from Phoebus High, Romero returned to his off-campus...