Another week of delinquency for us here at the Roundup, so let's not waste any time.
Virginia wins with minus-four turnover margin for first time in 18 years | Teel Time
The last time Virginia had won a football game with a minus-four turnover margin, the Barber twins were sophomores, Mike London was William and Mary’s defensive line coach and Penn State was going undefeated for the fifth, and final time, under Joe Paterno.
Top Juniors On Hand For UVa/PSU Game | TheSabre
Oscar Smith defensive lineman Andrew Brown, Chancellor offensive lineman Steven Moss and Ocean Lakes defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi watched the Hoos pull out a 17-16 win in Scott Stadium yesterday.
Okay. Enough recaps of last week's action. On to what's happened of late.
College Football Rankings: Simulated BCS Standings Show USC Shouldn't Panic | SBNation.com
Virginia checks in on the simulated BCS standings for Week 3, based on what we know the computers and polls are thinking....
Hodges scores by prepping Virginia’s defense | Fredericksburg.com
Virginia has an overabundance of talented quarterbacks, but when it comes to Georgia Tech week, London bypasses Watford, Lambert and Johns to run the scout team. Instead, he turns to senior holder Jacob Hodges.
Coaches React to Notre Dame's Move to the ACC; Big East Statement | InsideLacrosse.com
Dom Starsia: My first reaction is just 'Wow' in terms of what the quality of the conference will be now. You talk about a super conference in lacrosse, you'd be hard-pressed to find six better schools to play together.