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Despite taking away the corners, which is where U.Va.’s run game excelled last week, the Cavs still averaged 3.8 yards per carry.
Fans let their displeasure be known after each pass, though some incorrectly did it in the direction of the radio booth and announcer Dave Koehn, mistaking him for Lazor.
Others simply stayed home. The attendance of 46,030 continued a trend of declining crowds, despite the victory against Georgia Tech.
Once again, the mirage of a big victory has given way to a less glamorous reality.
London called the players out of the locker room to speak to them at midfield, the third time he’s used the motivational tactic since taking over last year. He said he asked the team to commit to being ready for a Thursday game against Miami.
“We’re in the middle of the pack right now,” the coach said. “We have to define what direction we want to go in.”
• Read Michael Phillips’ Virginia blog at timesdispatch.com
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