In Monday’s action on STL, Coach Caron ran through what the Virginia Cavaliers football team needs to work on following Saturday’s loss to NC State on the road. We also learned that October 13th’s home contest against #17 Miami will be a night game, the first the Hoos have had since 2014.
Zaccheaus mentioned in draft prospect list (The Draft Network)
Benjamin Solak of The Draft Network detailed five players he believed would go lower in next year's NFL Draft, but that would provide a little "extra bang for your buck." Do-it-all senior Olamide Zaccheaus rounded out the list, as the author expects his dynamic playmaking to translate nicely to the next level.
Below are the highlights from #6 Virginia women’s soccer’s 5-1 win over Wake Forest on Sunday. With the victory, the Hoos improved to 9-2 (2-2 ACC) on the season.
Now that's a solid win! @UVAWomenSoccer downed Wake Forest 5⃣-1⃣! #GoHoos #Wahoowa pic.twitter.com/Bb2CF1F3Jm— Virginia Cavaliers (@VirginiaSports) October 1, 2018
5 takeaways from Saturday's loss (Roanoke Times)
Doug Doughty of The Roanoke Times offered five more points to consider following Virginia football's setback over the weekend. The article mentions how the offensive line continues to have its growing pains, but, on a more positive note, also recognizes the solid performances the Hoos received from Bryce Perkins, Charles Snowden, and Olamide Zaccheaus.
This is a bit outside the Cavaliers sporting realm, but hey, it’s still a form of exercise. UVA President Jim Ryan promised yesterday, in response to a fourth year student, to go on a run with anyone interested in the area. Well, to all those who made it out to Madison Hall this morning, I hope you had a good time.
Hey @PacharyZhillips and @Ltpietrzak: I hope you’re both morning people.— Jim Ryan (@presjimryan) October 1, 2018
Let’s go for that run! Tomorrow, 6:30 AM in front of Madison Hall. Bring friends.
And any/all are welcome to join, too! pic.twitter.com/l9wn5P2EUK