Virginia seemed to get out of its 42-14 win over Illinois over the weekend without anything significant in terms of injuries.
Week 2 didn’t go according to plan for the ACC. (Thanks, FSU.) Jerry Carter and Chris Graham try to script around the mess.
The ACC Football Players of the Week have been recognized following their standout performances in Week 2 games.
The ACC announced the following football game times and networks for the weekend of Sept. 24-25.
Clemson is still Clemson. The Tigers’ bountiful talent ensures that it still sits in the top perch of the ACC. The defense seems to be where most of the talent currently resides, allowing an average of 6.5 points after two games.
The announced attendance at Scott Stadium for Saturday’s Power 5 matchup between UVA and Illinois was 36,036, which was almost certainly generous, but let’s go with it.
Fans at Saturday’s game between UVA and Illinois in Scott Stadium might have noticed a lower din of sound from the direction of the Cavalier Marching Band. The reason for the silence: a mask mandate.
After a disastrous opening week of the 2021 football season, the ACC desperately needed a rebound Week 2. And after the dust had settled late last night in Tallahassee, the verdict of Week 2? This conference has an identity crisis.
Senior center Olusegun Oluwatimi posted a career-best 83.9 Pro Football Focus grade to win O line MVP honors in Virginia’s 42-14 win over Illinois on Saturday.
You know who you really feel sorry for? Wake Forest and Miami. They have one less day with short weeks coming up to prepare for the wrinkles and permutations that UVA offensive coordinator Robert Anae has in his playbook.
Jelani Woods only got two targets in the opener against William & Mary. He got that on the first drive in Virginia’s 42-14 win over Illinois in Week 2.
It might be better for Illinois if their matchups with Virginia remain strictly a postseason affair.
Brennan Armstrong became the third Cavalier quarterback to throw for 400 yards in a game. His 405 yards passing are the fourth most in a single game in program history.
#TeamAFP’s Chris Graham and Scott German break down Virginia’s 42-14 win over Illinois.
Brennan Armstrong threw for 405 yards and five TDs, and UVA routed Illinois, 42-14, in front of a handful of people for an ACC Network Saturday matinee in Scott Stadium.
#TeamAFP is in the press box at Scott Stadium for today’s matchup between Virginia (1-0) and Illinois (1-1, 1-0 Big Ten). The game kicks off bright and early at 11 a.m. and airs on the ACC Network. Follow for live updates, commentary and analysis.
If you’re wondering why UVA kicks off at 11 a.m. Saturday with Illinois, you can thank the ACC Network, which is trying to offer its handful of viewers a quadruple-header of second-rate games.
#TeamAFP’s Scott German and Chris Graham, ahead of ordering the french toast special, break down tomorrow morning’s UVA-Illinois Power 5 matchup.
Ra’Shaun Henry is the 2021 Cris Carter. Chris Berman would love him. Cue highlight: “All Ra’Shaun Henry does is catch touchdowns!”
Bronco Mendenhall, a numbers guy, a defense-first guy, doesn’t come across as the kind of coach who would sign off on having multiple quarterbacks on the field at the same time.
Ray Savage finished his illustrious Virginia football career earning All-America honors at defensive end/outside linebacker in 1989.
There were two minds as to how Virginia would approach its game plan on offense last weekend.
UVA football legend Frank Quayle joins “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” to reminisce about football in the 1960s and his career in broadcasting.