Here’s what’s going through Mike London’s head as the clock continued to tick in the closing moments in Lane Stadium Saturday. No way our offense can move the ball. And even if we move the ball, no way our kicker makes a kick. That’s why I tried that ridiculous fake field goal in the third quarter up a touchdown with the momentum going our way. Best thing we can do here is let the clock run down, hope he misses it, and then we go to overtime.
Let’s just start with what needs to be said. Mike London needs to clean house, or maybe his house will get cleaned for him.
UVa. football coach Mike London talks with the news media in advance of the Cavs’ game this weekend at home against Coastal Division rival Miami,
UVa. football coach Mike London talks with the media in advance of the Cavs’ game this weekend with N.C. State.
When you’re asked about your team’s ongoing five-game losing streak, and your response is to start talking about how the program is having success in the classroom and in other areas of life, well, you’re pretty much Ted Roof on your way out the door at Duke, right?
Al Groh once said his goal before each game was to game-plan a way to score more points than the other team. His horrid defense at Georgia Tech didn’t allow coach Paul Johnson to game-plan enough points from his prolific triple-option attack to win, so he decided Monday to let Groh go.
Any advantage that there might be had related to the familiarity between the UVa. and Georgia Tech football coaching staffs should go to the ‘Hoos, former Virginia coach Al Groh is saying. “I say that because one, I taught our defense what we are doing here to the head coach and to the secondary coach. [...]