With Tony Elliott coming over from the offensive coordinator position with the Clemson Tigers to now be the head coach of the Virginia Cavaliers, UVA’s new leader sat down with ACC digital Network to talk about the transition and his goals for the team heading into his first fall with the Wahoos.
The ACC’s release with this video stated the following;
After two consecutive .500 seasons, the Virginia Cavaliers have had a change at the head coaching position. Tony Elliott, who had been the offensive coordinator at Clemson, is now the man in charge of the Cavaliers. In the offseason heading into his first game as the UVA coach he is looking to lay a foundation for future success. Coach Elliott sat down with the ACC Digital Network and explains that he is not looking to set up Clemson 2.0 in Charlottesville, but creating something unique at Virginia.