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Mike London’s return to Scott Stadium approaches, special teams continues to improve

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Which coach will prevail come Friday night?

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Bronco Mendenhall and QB Bryce Perkins led Virginia to a Week 1 victory over Pitt last week and will move on to play some Friday night lights football vs. in-state opponent William and Mary on Friday. With just two more sleeps until another game day, we’re here to help you get prepared. Happy reading!

UVa football: Cavs, Mendenhall familiar with William and Mary coach Mike London (Roanoke Times)

Virginia football’s home opener this weekend will mark the first time Mike London returns to Scott Stadium as a visiting head coach. London, who was replaced by Mendenhall, is in his first season as the head coach at William and Mary.

Special teams integral part of U.Va. football’s progress (Daily Press)

Kyle Guy said it first: the development of special teams has been clutch for the Cavaliers. The Daily Press breaks down how the unit has helped the ‘Hoos.

2019 Men’s College Lacrosse Year In Review: #1 Virginia Cavaliers (College Crosse)

In case y’all forgot, Virginia won two national titles last year! Tony Bennett’s team wasn’t the only one to win big. Lars Tiffany’s men’s lacrosse team also finished the season on top and took home a championship.

TOTD:

Kicker Brian Delaney took home ACC specialist of the week honors while women’s soccer’s Diana Ordonez earned a player of the week nod.