Second half powers Cavs over Spiders

Virginia posted 488 yards of total offense and wore down a game Richmond squad in the second half en route to a 34-13 season-opening victory on Saturday.

The win came in the first game under new head coach Mike London, a former UVa. defensive coordinator who left Richmond for Charlottesville to replace the departed Al Groh.

A 26-21 loss to I-AA William and Mary to start the 2009 season was the beginning of Groh’s undoing. The impressive win over the I-AA national-title contender UR in 2010 gets the London regime off to a positive start.

Virginia posted 488 yards of total offense and wore down a game Richmond squad in the second half en route to a 34-13 season-opening victory on Saturday.

The win came in the first game under new head coach Mike London, a former UVa. defensive coordinator who left Richmond for Charlottesville to replace the departed Al Groh.

A 26-21 loss to I-AA William and Mary to start the 2009 season was the beginning of Groh’s undoing. The impressive win over the I-AA national-title contender UR in 2010 gets the London regime off to a positive start.

Link to story package on VaSportsOnline.com.


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