Virginia football head coach Mike London announced Thursday (May 16) that junior running back Clifton Richardson (Newport News, Va.) is leaving the Cavaliers’ program. He will have two years of athletic eligibility left.
Virginia football mini-ticket packages and single-game tickets for the Cavaliers’ home contests against BYU (Aug. 31) and Oregon (Sept. 7) go on sale at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 13. Fans may also choose from the three-game Kickoff Package or two four-game mini-packages.
Virginia will host the University of Notre Dame at Scott Stadium in 2015, as announced today by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ACC announced which league members the Fighting Irish will play in the first three seasons of their football partnership with the conference that begins with the 2014 season.
The Virginia athletics department will present three new 30-minute installments of “The Building of a Program” television show starting Friday, April 5 on Comcast SportsNet and Saturday, April 6 on Charlottesville Newsplex stations, WCAV CBS 19, WVAW ABC 16 and WAHU FOX 27.
Virginia and BYU announced today the addition of games in 2019 and 2020 to their future football series. The two schools previously announced a two-game series for the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
The Atlantic Coast Conference today released the 2013 football schedules for the 14 schools that will be conference members for the 2013-14 academic year. UVa.’s slate features 12 regular-season games, including eight home contests. The schedule marks the first time in Virginia’s history the Cavaliers will play eight home games. Starting times for all contests and the home game designated for Homecomings will be announced at a later date.
Virginia and Boise State will meet in football for a two-game series in 2015 and 2017, the schools jointly announced today. The teams are scheduled to meet Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, in Charlottesville and Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, in Boise, Idaho.
UVa. football coach Mike London discusses his 2013 signing class with reporters. The class was ranked fourth in the ACC and #27 overall by Rivals.com.
Wow, that was quick. Barely 24 hours after UVa. football coach Mike London had announced that offensive coordinator Bill Lazor was leaving for the NFL, it was announced that Steve Fairchild had been hired to replace Lazor on the staff.