The Virginia Cavaliers are one of the most storied programs in the country. Playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Cavaliers play the premier teams on the East Coast. Virginia played its first football game in 1887, making it the oldest program in the South. Since then the Cavaliers have played in over 17 bowl games, and have won multiple conference championships. Many great players have worn Virginia’s Navy and Orange including, Chris Long, Heath Miller, Gene Edmonds, and Ronde & Tiki Barber. Gamedays in Charlottesville are known for having high energy and very well dressed fans. A Cavalier on horseback leads the team onto the field, in one of the most unique entrances in college football. UVA’s unofficial alma mater, “The Good Old Song,” is sung loudly and often inside of Scott Stadium. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Virginia Cavaliers football tickets.
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Virginia Cavaliers Football at Scott Stadium Address: 1815 Stadium Road Charlottesville, Virginia, 22903
The Virginia Cavaliers play their home games at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Scott Stadium has been home to the Cavaliers since 1931 and seats over 60,000 fans. Watching the Cavalier on horseback lead the team onto David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium is one of the most unique experiences in college football. Once in the stadium, you’ll see the traditions of “Guys in Ties, and Girls in Pearls,” as UVA fans are traditionally some of the nicest dressed in the country. The Virginia Cavaliers home bench is on the Scott Stadium sideline with sections 121-131. Scott Stadium parking information is covered in our Cavaliers event guide.
Virginia vs. Virginia Tech
Dating all the way back to 1895, this Old Dominion rivalry is the biggest all-Virginia rivalry game in college football. The two schools battle for the right to take the “Commonwealth Cup” back to their campus. The competition between the two schools is so fierce, that the week before the game is often referred to as “Hate Week,” with fans from both schools taking cracks at the other. All in all this is a great example of why inner-state rivalries are so much fun.
Virginia vs. North Carolina
Known as “The South’s Oldest Rivalry,” this game was first played in 1892, and has been played annually since 1919. Often touted as a “Gentleman’s Rivalry,” this game is known for class and sportsmanship. But don’t let that fool you, the competition on the field is fierce, with home field advantage proving to be an immense factor for both schools. This matchup is currently the 4th oldest among major college football programs, and all the history, class, and great competition make this one of the best rivalries in the ACC.
2011 Virginia Football Preview
Despite a 4-8 record last season, Virginia has reason to be hopeful. The Cavaliers played USC close and managed to beat Miami, and head coach Mike London will be looking to build on similar success heading into his second year in charge.
The offense was certainly the strongest unit on the team in 2010, and that will likely be the case again this year. However, there is a question about who will be under center, as there is a trio of suitable candidates. Whoever gets the nod will be surrounded by a slew of talented skill position players including running back Perry Jones and receiver Kris Burd.
Though the offense will be reliable, the Cavaliers will have to shore up their defense if they'd like to return to a bowl game. The linebacking corps should be solid, though, led by the likes of LaRoy Reynolds and Steve Greer. However, Virginia will need to improve up front against the run, but luckily they have three seniors who will try to do just that. Specifically, nose tackle Matt Conrath will play a big role in how they clog the middle and stop the sieve defensive line that made the team vulnerable every game to a loss.
2010 Virginia Football Preview
Since 2007, when the Virginia Cavaliers football team finished 9-3 and received a bid for the Gator Bowl, the club has gone into a bit of a slide. After a disappointing 2008 and an embarrassing 3-9 2009 season, Virginia fired head coach Al Groh.
But a changing of the guard will occur in 2010 when new coach Mike London takes the reins of one of the South's most historic teams. London, who previously coached at the University of Richmond, was an assistant coach at Virginia between 2001 and 2004, and from 2006 to 2007. As the season approaches, he's already been credited for creating a more relaxed atmosphere in the locker room.
London's most valuable player in his inaugural year will be junior quarterback Marc Verica - the only QB on the team's roster who has attempted a pass on the college level.
To compete this year, Virginia will need to improve upon its standing 2-6 record in the ACC, and a good place to start would be with its heated in-conference rivals. On October 16, the Cavaliers play North Carolina in the South's Oldest Rivalry, on November 13, they take on Maryland in the Beltway Brawl; and the team ends its season on November 27 against Virginia Tech for the Commonwealth Cup.