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Reads to get you ready for Virginia’s home opener vs. William & Mary

Friday night lights are back... and so is Mike London.

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It’s GAME DAY, ‘HOOS! Get excited for Virginia’s home opener tonight against William & Mary, which also marks Mike London’s return to Scott Stadium for the first time since Bronco Mendenhall took over the Virginia Cavaliers. Week 1 saw a big win over Pitt and the team hopes to get off to a 2–0 start with a win this weekend. Here are a few reads to get you ready for Friday night under the lights.

Griffin Looking to Build on Strong Debut (VirginiaSports)

Junior Nash Griffin had a strong showing in his college punting debut and looks to continue his success this season as he replaces Lester Coleman for the Cavaliers.

Ask an opposing beat writer: William & Mary at UVA (The Richmond Times-Dispatch)

The Daily Press’s Dave Johnson breaks down the Tribe, Mike London’s “Go-Go” offense, his return to Scott Stadium and more.

Cavaliers expect to have Mack back (CBS19)

Senior inside linebacker Jordan Mack is expected to rejoin the Virginia football team for Friday night’s home opener against William and Mary.

Keys to victory: William & Mary at Virginia (The Daily Progress)

TLDR: line of scrimmage, Bryce Perkins scoring and making the most of the team’s available players.

Offensive coordinator Robert Anae also chatted with Dave Koehn ahead of Friday’s in-state clash.

Around the ACC: Week 1 offered clues to how season will go (The Daily Progress)

There were ups and downs around the ACC in Week 1, but what does that means for the rest of the season?

Now on to Week 2.

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