“I’ve been on both sides of this game,” Scott said. “I’ve been down as an assistant and beat Duke. I’ve been at Virginia and lost to William & Mary. I know what these games entail. I think when you have teams like Richmond, people don’t take teams like this (lightly).
Scott said FCS teams know “they have the opportunity to win a game like this if they do the right thing. On the flip side, Virginia also knows if they don’t play well, they could lose.”
The hardest part now, Scott said, will be waiting for the 6 p.m. kickoff.
“We’d kick that thing off at noon if we could,” he said.