Colandrea showing signs of maturity as Virginia’s quarterback

The maturation of a quarterback can age his coaching staff, but when he truly “gets it” and everything begins to click, it’s a thing of beauty.

Duke’s Elko sees improvement in Virginia, Devils looking for rare win at Scott

Add Duke coach Mike Elko to the list of opponents who have been impressed with Virginia’s strides on the football field this season.

Jones to stay in Louisville for weeks, ‘has long road ahead;’ Muskett out, Colandrea to start

Injured Virginia running back Perris Jones was in good spirits when he talked with Cavaliers coach Tony Elliott via a Zoom chat on Monday, from his hospital room in Louisville.

Washington having historical season for Virginia

Malik Washington can rewrite many of UVA’s receiving records the next two weeks if he continues on the pace he has set this season.

Public invited to visit memorial plaques of Chandler, Davis and Perry on Monday

On Monday, the north gate at Scott Stadium will be open to allow the public to visit the memorial plaques that commemorate Virginia football players Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry.

Virginia provides update on condition of Perris Jones

Perris Jones remains under observation and will be transferred to the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute in Louisville for continued care.

After coming close at Louisville, Cavaliers need to learn how to FINISH

Virginia is 1-5 this season in games decided by one score, including Thursday night’s 31-24 loss, even though the freshman-led Cavaliers offense put up 434 yards against Louisville’s No. 12 defense (No. 2 in the ACC).

No. 11 Louisville hangs on to defeat Virginia, 31-24, spoiling upset bid

Once again, Virginia found itself in a one-possession contest in the fourth quarter — this time, the Cavaliers held a 7-point lead midway through.

Update from UVA on condition of Perris Jones

Jones was taken by ambulance to the University of Louisville Medical Center. He will remain there Thursday night.

Coming off an awful tackling performance, UVA travels to run-heavy Louisville

If Tony Elliott was choosing, he probably wouldn’t have picked Louisville as his next opponent after his Virginia defense just surrendered 305 yards rushing in a lopsided, 45-17 loss to Georgia Tech.

Barber to be recognized as part of ACC Football Honors Class

Former Cavalier defensive back Rondé Barber has been announced as a member of the 2023 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Honors Class.

UVA QB Muskett is listed as ‘day-to-day’

Virginia quarterback Tony Muskett has been labeled “day-to-day” for this week’s Thursday-night game at Louisville.

Virginia takes a giant step backward in lopsided loss to Georgia Tech

After the smoke had cleared from a 45-17 bushwhacking from visiting Georgia Tech, UVA’s coaches fell on their swords, taking the blame for a giant step backward on Saturday.

Muskett injured as Yellow Jackets sting Cavaliers, 45-17

Virginia not only lost its fifth-straight home ACC contest on Saturday, it also lost starting quarterback Tony Muskett to injury, along with the possibility of preserving backup freshman Anthony Colandrea’s redshirt status.

‘Hoos Making a Difference’ honors Copeland, a true difference-maker

This past Saturday, light years from wearing a Virginia football uniform, Bill Copeland was honored by the UVA Football Alumni Club’s “Hoos Making a Difference” program.

The beauty of Virginia’s outside zone could be key against Georgia Tech

Virginia’s running game has come alive over the past month, thanks to an ever-improving offensive line.

Is visiting Florida corner down to Virginia vs. Nebraska?

Among the visitors this weekend to Virginia football will be one of the Cavaliers’ main recruiting targets.

UVA’s Washington strikes fear in opposing defenses, leads ACC in everything

Only eight games into his UVA career, the graduate transfer from Northwestern is enjoying one of the most productive seasons ever by a Cavalier receiver.

Virginia, seeking its first home ACC win since 2021, is 2-point favorite over Jackets

Georgia Tech, which has won only twice in Charlottesville since the famous 1990 showdown when the Jackets knocked off No. 1 Virginia, is only the second ACC opponent to play at Scott Stadium thus far this season.

UVA’s opponents for next 7 years: early heavy dose of new ACC teams

Virginia football will get a heavy dose of the newest ACC schools over the next two seasons, according to scheduling for the next seven years released by the conference on Monday.