Doug Doughty's ballot for this week's AP Top 25 football poll.
Just a little numbers crunching as we hunker down in advance of Hurricane Joaquin:
1. Ohio State
A 56-14 loss to Boise State on Friday night only trails 59-10 losses to Oregon and Clemson in 2013 on a list of the Cavaliers’ most lopsided losses during Mike London’s six-year tenure as head coac...
With three games completed, Virginia’s Matt Johns has established himself as the ironman of ACC quarterbacks.
In his five years as a Virginia offensive lineman, Jay Whitmire has seen it all.
1. Ohio State
CHARLOTTESVILLE – On an afternoon when Virginia’s football team may have won a few hearts, it was another sort of victory the Cavaliers were seeking.
Woodberry Forest football coach Clint Alexander had been looking forward to watching C.J. Prosise play at Virginia this weekend, just not at the position Alexander had anticipated.
If he takes a minute to sit back and reflect back on Virginia’s last football game in California, sixth-year head coach Mike London might feel better about the Cavaliers’ chances Saturday against U...
It’s hard to believe that I could write 1,818 words on the recent history of Virginia quarterbacks (see last Sunday's Roanoke Times) and there’s so much more that could be said.
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Robert Snyder, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound linebacker from Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Georgia, has become the 22nd football player to make a commitment to Virginia for 2016.
University of Virginia football fans probably would not be surprised – or impressed – to hear that sixth-year UVa football coach Mike London is 4-9 against Top 25 opposition.
New Virginia recruit Matt Terrell did not arrive as Liberty Christian Academy as a touted prospect, at least not in football.
Common sense would suggest that Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Durham, North Carolina, would not be fertile recruiting grounds for the University of Virginia men’s basketball program.
Justin Anderson’s decision to forgo his final season of college eligibility followed discussions with a group of former Virginia players who have played in the NBA, including ex-teammate Joe Harris.
While Virginia men’s basketball fans would like to know that junior Justin Anderson will complete his college eligibility before looking toward the NBA, it’s not as if coach Tony Bennett is withhol...
1. Ohio State
How Doug Doughty voted in this week's AP Top 25 poll:
Defensive end Eli Harold, one of the most-heralded prospects to join Virginia’s football program during Mike London’s coaching tenure, has decided to pass up his final season of college eligibility.
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Conspicuous by his absence when Virginia recognized its fourth- and fifth-year seniors Saturday was linebacker Henry Coley, one of the Cavaliers’ co-captains and hardest hitters.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Virginia travelled to Florida State this weekend without enough players to field two full offensive lines, not that they needed more than five O-linemen at a time.
CHARLOTTESVILLE – You could list on one hand the number of Virginia men’s basketball players over the years who have redshirted voluntarily.
1. Florida State
If you had to choose the two true freshmen who have the biggest impact for Virginia’s football team this season, it would be easy: safety Quin Blanding and wide receiver Doni Dowling.
1. Florida State
Over the long term, it doesn’t really matter who starts at quarterback for Virginia on Saturday against visiting Kent State.
1. Florida State
UVa hopes to end 10-game conference losing streak
Here’s something that doesn’t make a lot of sense:
Now that Thon Maker has headed north of the border, Mamadi Diakite from the Blue Ridge School has assumed the mantle as the top in-state prospect for the men’s basketball recruiting class of 2016.
While the Thon Maker era has come to a close at Carlisle School in Martinsville, basketball recruiters would be advised not to delete the directions to Carlisle from their GPS.
CHARLOTTESVILLE — While Richmond was playing its only game of the season against a higher-division opponent, you never would have known it from Stephen Barnette’s performance.
Not long after hearing that Virginia had taken a basketball commitment from Iona Prep junior Ty Jerome, it occurred to me that I should call Tom Konchalski.
1. Florida State
A streak of four straight school years with at least one national championship came to an end for Virginia in 2014, but it still ranked as one of the most successful years in program history.
Here's Doughty's preseason ballot for the AP Top 25 football poll.
Two weeks after his team fell to Vanderbilt in the championship game of the College World Series, 11-year UVa baseball coach Brian O’Connor has moved on.
Virginia took a football commitment late Thursday from David Eldridge, a 6-foot, 165-pound wide receiver from Kettle Run High School in Fauquier County.
It has been interesting to follow the by-play involving George Whitfield, a quarterback “guru” who has worked with former Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas, and Hokies’ receivers coach Aaron M...
To see the picks go by and not hear Morgan Moses' name being called, you had to wonder if Virginia's mammoth offensive tackle had any regrets about his decision to attend last week's NFL Draft.
Virginia finds itself in some elite recruiting company this weekend as the Cavaliers sweat out a decision by 6-foot-5 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk from the Ukraine.
The word in recruiting circles is that quarterback prospect Nick Johns, who committed to Virginia this week, favored a program that was going to sign only one quarterback.
As disappointed as Virginia might have been when hotshot local quarterback Christian Hackenberg committed to Penn State in the winter of 2012, there was a player to be named later.
Maybe it’s just me, but it seems a lot easier to get out of a letter-of-intent than it was 10 years ago.
My conversation with Joe Mantegna, who coached Virginia basketball recruit Marial Shayok at Blair Academy, was full of revelations.
As spring football practice wraps up throughout the ACC, I challenge anyone to see how many No. 1 quarterbacks they can name.
Virginia football coach Mike London created a stir Wednesday on an ACC coaches’ teleconference when he indicated that he would be naming a No. 1 quarterback in the next two weeks.
Not having attended ACC Operation Basketball for several years prior to last year’s session, I found myself scrambling upon receipt of the ballot for preseason order of finish and preseason player-...
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