You can stride right up to Dave Clawson at the ACC Kickoff without having to fight through a crowd, which makes him unique among ACC coaches.
Virginia had trouble with Sam Howell last week in its 59-39 loss to North Carolina. Another Sam, Sam Hartman, presents the challenge this week with Wake Forest coming to town.
There will be an impact on Friday to the parking lots in the vicinity of Scott Stadium for UVA Football fans for the game against Wake Forest that evening.
#TeamAFP examines the surging COVID numbers at Augusta Health, the latest polling in the Virginia governor’s race, UVA football season-ticket sales and negotiations between the ACC Network and Comcast.
The sparse crowds at Scott Stadium for the first two Virginia football games of the 2021 season prompted a question from a reader about how season ticket sales had gone for UVA Athletics heading into the season.
Virginia (2-1, 0-1 ACC) returns home on Friday night to host Wake Forest (3-0, 1-0 ACC) at Scott Stadium at 7 p.m.
“Coach’s Corner with Bronco Mendenhall” returns tonight at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. The weekly radio show is set to air from 7-8 p.m.
Pro Football Focus graded the Virginia defense’s effort against North Carolina from the weekend as the worst it’s ever seen. Bronco Mendenhall, as is his nature, is trying to see the glass as half-full.
Nick Grant was on the sidelines in street clothes Saturday night. Joey Blount ended the night with his arm in a sling. What’s their status for Wake Forest on Friday?
UVA QB Brennan Armstrong is second nationally in passing yards and passing TDs. Wanna know how?
North Carolina, in the first quarter, broke a five-yard pass in the flat for a 59-yard TD and a 13-yard slant for a 75-yard TD, and with those two plays, those two results, the Tar Heels had the UVA D where it wanted it.
Remember how the problem for the UVA defense last year was the pass defense giving up big plays? North Carolina ran for 392 yards Saturday night, but the reason was the big plays in the pass game in the first quarter.
Remember the talk from Mandy Alonso about how North Carolina couldn’t sustain in a physical game with Virginia? You might see Bronco Mendenhall putting a muzzle on that kind of talk now.
Virginia (2-0, 0-0 ACC) faces #21 North Carolina (1-1, 0-1 ACC) tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. AFP editor Chris Graham will blog live with in-game commentary and analysis.
Two weeks in, North Carolina owns a blowout win over Georgia State and an ugly loss at Virginia Tech. Meaning: we don’t really know anything about North Carolina.
Gameday starts for David Diduch, the head orthopedic team physician for UVA Football, while you’re still tailgating in the parking lot.
One thing you don’t think about when your favorite team plays multiple quarterbacks: the offensive line, and cadence.
Mack Brown, get the printer ready. We’ve got some material for your bulletin board, courtesy UVA defensive lineman Mandy Alonso.
Game times, broadcast info and betting lines for ACC Football in Week 3.
Last year, in North Carolina’s 44-41 loss to UVA in Charlottesville, UNC quarterback Sam Howell was 23-of-28 for 443 yards and four TDs.
“Coach’s Corner with Bronco Mendenhall” is back tonight at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse located off Route 29, Seminole Trail in Charlottesville.
The second oldest rivalry in the FBS between Virginia (2-0, 0-0 ACC) and No. 19 North Carolina (1-1, 0-1 ACC) will be renewed on Saturday in Chapel Hill.
Vegas has Virginia as a nine-point ‘dog on the road at North Carolina this week, which is insulting, but whatever.