Live Blog: #UVA football hosts #Pitt in #ACC clash

uva pitt2Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads a live blog during tonight’s ACC clash between #UVA (3-2, 1-0 ACC) and #Pitt (3-2, 1-0 ACC) at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.

Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. Join Chris for live score updates, commentary, analysis and more.


 Virginia vs. Pitt • #PITTvsUVA
Date/TimeSat., Oct. 4, 2014 | 7:30 p.m.
LocationCharlottesville, Va. | Scott Stadium (61,500)
TelevisionRegional Sports Networks | Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic (Va.)
RadioVirginia Sports Radio Network | Satellite Radio — Sirius 92 | XM 193
MultimediaGametracker | WatchESPN
Twitter@UVa_Football | @CoachMikeLondon | @VirginiaSports
Game NotesVirginiaPittACC | UVa Depth Chart
Additional InformationTickets | FacebookInstagram | 2014 Fact Book | 2014 Season Stats
Coach London Weekly Press Conference Transcript


Augusta Free Press Pregame Coverage
Meaningful October football: Can UVA get leg up on ACC Coastal race?
White-out, sorta, kinda, for UVA vs. Pitt on Saturday
Blind eye: UVA hopes fans show up Saturday night for Pitt game
Injury reports for Pitt, UVA heading into ACC football clash
Press Conference: UVA football coach Mike London
Press Conference: Pitt football coach Paul Chryst
UVA Sports Today looks ahead to Virginia-Pitt ACC clash

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