Tag: Greyson Lambert
Greyson Lambert stays at UVA, he’s the backup quarterback on a bad 1-3 team. He leaves Virginia, and he’s the starting quarterback for eighth-ranked Georgia, he has an NCAA record in the books, and on Saturday, he leads the Bulldogs into Sanford Stadium as favorites against Alabama. Oh, and his girlfriend will be in Sanford Stadium to be crowned Miss Georgia at halftime. It’s pretty good to be Greyson Lambert these days.
UVA football coach Mike London said Wednesday that he is “happy” for former Virginia starting quarterback Greyson Lambert, who set an NCAA QB record last week in a win for sixth-ranked Georgia, though you could tell that he wasn’t all that happy by the way he said it.
Greyson Lambert lost the starting quarterback job at UVA in the spring, and according to coach Mike London, the battle between Lambert, the 2014 starter, and last year’s backup, Matt Johns, “wasn’t even close.” Lambert transferred to Georgia, and things seem to be working out pretty well for the redshirt junior.
Greyson Lambert lost the battle for the UVA starting quarterback job this past spring to former backup Matt Johns. Now Lambert, who transferred from Virginia after losing the job, will be the starter for #9 Georgia.
Matt Johns was third on the depth chart at quarterback heading into UVA’s season opener against UCLA last year, but when starter Greyson Lambert struggled in the first half, throwing two pick-sixes as the 10th-ranked Bruins built a 21-3 second-quarter lead, Johns was called into action.
Multiple news outlets are confirming that former UVA starting quarterback Greyson Lambert is transferring to Georgia. The news comes down on Wednesday, a day after published reports indicated interest from UGA coach Mark Richt, who had recruited Lambert, a Georgia prep star, out of high school.
Redshirt freshman UVA quarterback Corwin Cutler has reversed course and will continue his college football career at Virginia.
UVA football head coach Mike London announced today junior quarterback Greyson Lambert (Jesup, Ga.) has been granted a release. Lambert will complete his undergraduate degree in anthropology from Virginia this summer and will have two years of eligibility at his new school.
Last season’s UVA starting quarterback, Greyson Lambert, announced Saturday on Twitter that he intends to transfer, leaving Virginia with just one scholarship quarterback on the roster heading into the summer.
UVA football coach Mike London released his post-spring depth chart Thursday, and you’re forgiven if your eyes glazed over everything else on your way to the line for quarterbacks. Seeing Matt Johns on the top line was probably a surprise. It shouldn’t have been.
Subpar quarterback play is the key reason UVA football coach Mike London is on the hot seat the past three years. The bad news for London coming out of the spring is that the two candidates to be the starter in the fall didn’t show well.
Interviews with UVA football players Greyson Lambert, Matt Johns, Quin Blanding, T.j. Thorpe and Ross Burbank after Virginia’s 2015 spring football game.
UVA football under coach Mike London has been marked by inconsistent play and production from the quarterback position.
UVA football player Greyson Lambert talks with reporters before an April 3, 2015 spring scrimmage.
Greyson Lambert was the starting quarterback for the UVA opener at home against Top 10 UCLA on Aug. 30, but he didn’t even make it to halftime.
Virginia Tech used a late scoring drive to escape frigid Lane Stadium with a 24-20 win over UVA here Friday night. The win was the 11th straight for Tecgh over the Cavaliers and keeps the Hokies’ bowl streak intact at 22 years.
Interviews with UVA football players Max Valles, Greyson Lambert and Darius Jennings after Virginia’s 30-13 win over Miami on Saturday.
Interviews with UVA football coach MIke London and Cavs players following Virginia’s 30-13 win over Miami on Saturday.
Greyson Lambert had probably his most efficient outing as the UVA starting quarterback, with a passer rating of 132.5 to show for his 20-for-35, 220-yard, three-touchdown effort.
UVA led #2 Florida State 13-7 at the end of the first quarter with the ball. Before a minute had passed in the second quarter, the ‘Noles had the lead thanks to two Virginia miscues, setting the table for the Seminoles to post an otherwise tough 34-20 win in Tallahassee, Fla., Saturday night.
Georgia Tech had two touchdowns on the board before UVA could manage a first down on Saturday in Bobby Dodd Stadium. The Cavaliers, for their part, had three three-and-outs in their first four offensive series.
Interviews with UVA football players Quin Blanding, Greyson Lambert, Kevin Parks, Anthony Harris and Darius Jennings after the Cavs’ 28-27 loss to North Carolina at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
Highlights from the postgame press conference with Virginia Cavaliers football coach Mike London after UVA’s 28-27 loss to North Carolina on Saturday in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
For the fourth time this season, UVA lost a game in which it outplayed its opponent statistically. Which suggests that there is talent in the program. And suggests that the problem isn’t on the field, but with the guys in headsets.
For the umpteenth time, UVA dominated an opponent statistically. For the fourth time this season, an opponent outplayed statistically walked away with the W.
Greyson Lambert was not listed on the UVA football injury report released on Thursday, meaning the opening-day starting quarterback is considered fully available for action on Saturday against UNC.
I had a conversation with a fellow UVA football fan last week that went something like this: Mike London is a good coach, a great recruiter, and he’s the guy who can get Virginia football back to where it was under George Welsh.
Host Jeff Fife and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham bring you UVA Sports Today. This week’s podcast begins with a look back at Virginia’s 20-13 loss at Duke. Jeff questions Chris on his column referencing quarterback Matt Johns as the man at UVA and questions whether Greyson Lambert needs to be reinserted as the starter.
Greyson Lambert was anointed as starting quarterback by UVA football coach Mike London coming out of the spring, supplanting last year’s starter, David Watford, who slid to second on the depth chart.
Duke football is riding about as high as you can get in that sport on that campus. A 5-1 start on the heels of a 10-win season that landed the Blue Devils in the 2013 ACC Championship Game and the Chick-fil-A Bowl is what David Cutcliffe has fans almost expecting now.
UVA (3-2, 1-0 ACC) hosts Pitt (3-2, 1-0 ACC) Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. The two programs released their weekly injury reports on Thursday.
How long has it been since UVA Nation was getting ready for a meaningful fall football game in Scott Stadium? It turns out that 2011 was only three years ago, but it feels like forever.
UVAhad come into its game with Kent State as 27-point favorites, but they were outplayed in the first half by the Golden Flashes, whose most recent effort was a 66-0 pasting at the hands of Ohio State.
UVA was outplayed in a sloppy first half by heavy underdog Kent State, but took control in a dominant third quarter and ultimately coasted to a 45-13 win in front of just 33,526 fans at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
There’s a reason Vegas puts numbers on games, too, and UVA, as much as a 26.5-point favorite over Kent State, and Virginia Tech, a 21-point favorite over Western Michigan, aren’t likely to even be in close games.
Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns each saw action in Saturday’s 41-33 UVA loss at #21 BYU, and both are listed at the top of the depth chart at quarterback for this weekend’s game with Kent State.
UVA dominates stats, except for the important one: Virginia outgained #21 BYU by nearly 200 yards, had more than twice as many first downs, had the ball twice as long, and still lost.
UVA outgained heavy favorite BYU by 183 total yards, had 19 more first downs and had the ball for more than 40 minutes, but the Cougars escaped with a 41-33 win on Saturday in Provo, Utah.
The betting line for Saturday’s UVA at BYU game has come back a bit, from BYU by 16 at the start of the week to as close as 13 and a half on one Vegas book.
It was obvious before last week’s 23-21 win over then-#21 Louisville that UVA coach Mike London needed to just go with Greyson Lambert as his quarterback.
The UVA quarterback situation is still officially unsettled. The depth chart for Saturday’s game at BYU has Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns listed at #1 at quarterback.