Hootie and Andrew break down the Duke loss and the upcoming North Carolina game.
Jerry Ratcliffe ranks the ACC's 14 football teams.
Kevin Parks, a bowling ball of a 5-foot-8, 200-pound back, is on pace for 920 yards this season. That would bring him 80 yards short of becoming only the second player in UVa history to reach 1,000 in consecutive years.
Malcolm Brogdon had some good news for Virginia fans during ACC media day on Wednesday.
By roster, the Virginia women’s basketball team has four rookies for the upcoming 2014-15 season, but, while implementing the new Pack-Line defense, “everybody’s a freshman,” Cavaliers coach Joanne Boyle said.
At the league’s annual media gathering, Virginia was predicted fourth in the ACC — behind Duke and UNC, as well as league newcomer Louisville.
During Wednesday’s ACC teleconference, Virginia football coach Mike London said Virginia isn’t quite clear yet on the severity of injury to senior receiver Miles Gooch.
A first quarter steal of a tipped Will Gardner toss on Sept. 13 against Louisville. That’s all the reigning national leader in interceptions has done this season to defend his crown. But ... “it’s always bigger than stats,” said Virginia senior linebacker Henry Coley. “Unless you actually watch film, a lot of people don’t understand that.”
As Virginia punter Alec Vozenilek put it, “the margin for error in college football this year is unbelievable. It’s one play a game. You literally can look at one play in the four losses we have and we could be 8-0.”
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