Tag: Craig Littlepage
Virginia director of athletics Craig Littlepage announced today (Sept. 5) he will retire from his position.
UVA announced today the temporary adjusted schedule for director of athletics Craig Littlepage will continue.
UVA announced an adjusted schedule for director of athletics Craig Littlepage from Oct. 24 through Jan. 2 to attend to family matters.
The great mystery to the news that Bronco Mendenhall is the new head football coach at the University of Virginia is … how the heck were they able to keep that state secret?
New University of Virginia football coach Bronco Mendenhall and UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage address reporters at a press conference on Monday.
Virginia athletics director Craig Littlepage had taken to carrying that Capital One Cup around as a protective shield.
University of Virginia director of athletics Craig Littlepage announced today the resignation of head football coach Mike London, effective immediately.
Saturday’s 27-21 loss at Miami was another frustrating result for UVA football. The Cavs (3-6, 2-3 ACC) were once again right there, as they were in the 34-27 loss to #5 Notre Dame in Week 2, and their losses to Pitt and UNC last month.
Google searches related to UVA football are as likely to include references to dumpster fires as bowl destinations, but that will happen when you’re 1-3, the one was a narrow win over an FCS school, and the last of the three was a 56-14 loss at home to an unranked team.
UVA director of athletics Craig Littlepage announced Wednesday (Aug. 12) the elevation of six staff members.
UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage talks with reporters on Thursday on the 2015 College World Series and the program’s first national championship.
UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage may lose the last few supporters he has with his perspective on the importance of wins and losses with his department’s signature program.
Logic would seem to dictate that yet another losing season for UVA football under Mike London would bring about a financial impetus for change.
It was becoming clear that UVA Athletics Director Craig Littlepage was planning to bring football coach Mike London back in 2015. But what about the timing of the announcement?
UVA Athletics Director Craig Littlepage made it official on Wednesday, telling Wahoo Nation that football coach Mike London would be back for 2015, cooling the hot seat talk, for now, anyway.
Mike London will return as head football coach at UVA for the 2015 season University of Virginia Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage announced on Wednesday.
November 29th, 2003. An important date in UVA football history. The last time the Cavaliers’ tasted victory against in-state rival Virginia Tech. seniors on this year’s squad were about 12 years old.
At 4-6, on a four-game losing streak, Miami was probably the last must-win game for Mike London as the embattled UVA coach tried to fight his way off the hot seat.
The conventional wisdom is that Mike London came into the 2014 season knowing that there was a magic number that would keep him employed at the University of Virginia.
No doubt that UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage will cite some vague notion of “improvement” as the rationale for giving Mike London yet another chance to get things turned around.
As Virginia football slogged to a 2-10 finish in 2013, it wasn’t a safe bet that UVA football coach Mike London wouldn’t be canned at the end of the season, and that if he somehow made it past that stage he wouldn’t then be a dead man walking in 2014.
The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to honor the University of Virginia as the recipient of the 2014 Division I Achievement Award. The Cavaliers have now won the award ten times in the 19 years of its existence.
The longstanding rivalry between UVA and Virginia Tech is getting a new name — the Commonwealth Clash presented by Virginia529.
UVA football coach Mike London is on the hot seat, which is to say, everybody in the locker room is on the hot seat. His assistants have to wonder what their address will be come Dec. 1. Players with eligibility beyond 2014 have to wonder what happens to them if London is let go, and a new staff comes in with a new approach.
Virginia student-athletes registered an outstanding academic performance during the Spring 2014 semester. The overall GPA for UVa’s 627 student-athletes in Spring 2014 was 3.0 for the second consecutive semester.
It was Adam Smith, the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith, who argued in 1776 that the daily operations of a firm are run by “principal clerks” who are essentially homogenous and interchangeable, whose “labour of inspection and direction may be either altogether or very nearly the same.” Which is another way of saying, when looking at UVA football in 2014, that the program is no better or worse off with Mike London as coach, somebody else as coach, or the proverbial empty chair, at least from an economics perspective.
UVA Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage announced Tuesday that the University has signed men’s basketball head coach Tony Bennett to a new seven-year contract through the 2020-21 season.
Wahoo Nation is in a lather over the news, or lack thereof, regarding UVa. basketball coach Tony Bennett and his contract status.
With spring practice looming, UVa. athletics director Craig Littlepage is doubling down on his vocal support for embattled football coach Mike London.
Student-athletes who compete for the UVa. athletics programs recorded a superlative academic performance during the fall 2013 semester.