Football


Will UVA flip ex-Indiana commit Courtney? Announcement coming Tuesday

After announcing his decommitment from Indiana during his official visit to Virginia over the weekend, Freedom HS star athlete Kameron Courtney is expected to flip his commitment to UVA.


Virginia beats out Florida State, Missouri, Hokies for ’25 lineman Adair

Jon Adair, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive tackle from Lipscomb Academy in Nashville, Tenn., announced his commitment to UVA on his Twitter account.


UVA gains second portal commit in one day, adding Stanford/UCF lineman Metcalf

Drake Metcalf announced on his Twitter account Thursday night that he has committed to the Cavaliers.


Virginia picks up All-Ivy cornerback from Penn

Virginia addressed one of its pressing needs for next season when the Cavaliers added graduate-transfer cornerback Kendren Smith from Penn to the 2024 roster.


Scattershooting: UVA winning in the portal; Hollins a super hero; Colandrea, Bob Hope in nuggets

Scattershooting around the ACC, while noting that maybe Virginia football has figured a few things out.


247Sports includes Colandrea, Robinson on Freshman All-American Team

Virginia quarterback Anthony Colandrea and linebacker Kam Robinson were each listed on the 247Sports True Freshman All-America Team.


Portal news: UVA gains a linebacker; loses Herard and Rawlings

Virginia picked up a linebacker from the NCAA transfer portal on Monday, but had two more Cavaliers announce they had entered the portal.


Mendenhall inks 5-year deal as New Mexico’s coach

Bronco Mendenhall returned to college football on Thursday when he was introduced as the new head coach at New Mexico.


Virginia offers playmakers from Florida Atlantic, Ball State

UVA has offered Florida Atlantic wide receiver Tony Johnson and Ball State tight end Tanner Koziol. Both have two years of eligibility remaining.


Sanker, Washington among state of Virginia’s top players

The Touchdown Club of Richmond announced that safety Jonas Sanker is the state’s 2023 Defensive Back of the Year and Malik Washington is this year’s Offensive End of the Year.


BREAKING: Virginia lands Tyree, Notre Dame’s top receiver

Virginia’s football program received a major boost from the transfer portal on Tuesday evening when Notre Dame’s top receiver, Chris Tyree, announced he had committed to the Cavaliers.


Ex-UVA coach Mendenhall in mix for New Mexico job

When Bronco Mendenhall made a surprise exit from the Virginia football program after the 2021 season, he didn’t rule out becoming a head coach again.


LB Long first Virginia starter to enter portal

Three more Virginia football players entered the NCAA transfer portal on Tuesday, including the first player of significance, linebacker Langston “Lex” Long.


Washington earns PFF All-American honors

Virginia wide receiver Malik Washington was listed as a second team All-American by Pro Football Focus on Tuesday.


UVA offers Notre Dame’s top receiver, Georgia Tech DB

Virginia’s coaching staff has been proactive in an attempt to acquire new talent from the NCAA transfer portal, including Notre Dame’s leading pass receiver this past season.


Five more Cavaliers enter the transfer portal

Five more Virginia players have entered the NCAA transfer portal, making a total of seven thus far.


Virginia gains 2025 commit from dual-threat QB Geer

Cole Geer, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound, dual-threat QB from Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, announced on his social media that he has committed to Virginia.


Two Cavaliers to enter portal; two defensive starters staying

While two Virginia football players announced on Friday night that they intend to enter the transfer portal, two more players said they will return to the team for their final year of eligibility.


Hollins, Fields selected as Comeback Player of the Year semifinalists

Wide receiver Malachi Fields and running back Mike Hollins were two of the 15 semifinalists named for the 2023 Comeback Player of the Year Award announced on Thursday.


JMU football coach Cignetti hired by Big Ten’s Indiana

JMU football coach Curt Cignetti, who led the Dukes’ transition from an FCS to FBS program, has been named head coach at Indiana.