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Sunday Morning Quarterback | The beatdown at The U

MINUS: Can we make it official now? The Al Groh Era is over. Nine years into the run, Groh can’t field a competitive football team. That was plain and obvious Saturday. It wasn’t just the score – though 52-17 is, ugh, you know, it’s atrocious. Worse, far worse, are these numbers – 515 yards total […]

Some, ahem, Bold Predictions

I called a couple of things right last year – that the UVa. basketball team would lose 20 games and cost Dave Leitao his job (they lost 18, and Leitao is gone), and that UVa. would for financial reasons regret retaining Al Groh as its head football coach (and now they’re practically begging people to […]

Hall at QB? And more from Groh on the eve of spring practice

Vic Hall was a record-setting quarterback in high school, and his numbers – 13,770 total yards, 166 touchdowns – had Virginia fans salivating at the prospect of what he could do in the ACC. A surprise start at QB in the season finale at Virginia Tech last November that pushed the Cavs to the brink […]

Groh makes splash with staff additions

The spread didn’t work when Mike Groh implemented it this year. But Al Groh seems intent on giving the offensive scheme another look. “Gregg is in the front of the pack in the development of offensive schemes that will be versatile and exciting for our players,” Al Groh said in announcing former Bowling Green head […]