Sophomore lefty will start for Virginia when it takes on TCU on Tuesday in CWS.
The Virginia game plan for today’s tall task of facing one of the nation’s best offenses is simple.
“Just play our defense,” said senior linebacker Daquan Romero.
Today’s clash of the coasts at Scott Stadium should tell us something about what to expect from both teams when they collide at high noon.
An in-depth look at Saturday's game between No. 7 UCLA and Virginia.
With the final seconds of the first half ticking down, many Virginia students scurried toward the far end of Klockner Stadium so that they could wait in line for the free pizza that the ’Hoo Crew was about to give out.
Mone’ Jones, a four-star recruit, committed to the Cavaliers. The Durham, North Carolina, product picked UVa over the likes of Penn State, LSU and Texas A&M.
Most of 2013, Steve Fairchild mentioned how his offense desperately needed playmakers. At season’s end, he was still wishing.
At noon, Saturday, UVa will host No. 7 UCLA. These are the same Bruins that feature quarterback Brett Hundley, Kirk Herbstreit’s pick to win the Heisman; the same Bruins that Lee Corso picked to win the national title.
UCLA beat writer Jack Wang talks Hundley, Bruins' national title chances, replacing Anthony Barr, etc.
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