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Topic - David Watford
Greyson Lambert's time appears to have arrived as Virginia's quarterback.
Mike London and his Virginia coaching staff are facing a familiar problem during spring practice.
Virginia QB David Watford was picked off three times in 45-26 loss to Miami.
The loss was the fourth in a row for Virginia (2-5, 0-3), which gained just 7 yards in the third quarter after a fast start that made it seem like it would finally snap its losing streak.
Watford has just 18 yards in 18 carries, but first-year offensive coordinator Steve Fairchild has said Watford has the ability to tuck and run. Conservative play-calling to date has limited those opportunities.
Entering the first week of the season, college football coaches have to plan out which freshmen will redshirt and which will play. This year, Virginia coach Mike London will get a bonus decision.
Greyson Lambert didn't even need to throw a pass to get the attention of his new teammates.
Minutes after a 28-21 victory against Miami, the Virginia football team was boarding a commercial jet that had been chartered for the occasion.
Michael Rocco has been sharing time at quarterback all season with true freshman David Watford.
N.C. State's offense did little to impress in the second half of Saturday's game. Virginia found a way to do even less.
A two-point conversion pass by Idaho that would decide the game and potentially the direction of Virginia's season fell to the ground Saturday.
In the first quarter of games this season, the Virginia Cavaliers have scored just two touchdowns. Both were last Saturday against Southern Mississippi.
Virginia's quarterback situation remains unclear after coach Mike London's Monday press conference, and that clarity may not be forthcoming until kickoff on Saturday.
Virginia's players hadn't reached the locker room Saturday evening before coach Mike London set the tone for the rest of the season.
"These are two of the toughest defenses in the nation, and we played them back-to-back," Virginia quarterback David Watford said following the Oregon game. "I'm just learning every week, and that's all I can do. I need to continue to grow and continue to learn and keep pushing."
"I'm just learning every week, and that's all I can do," Watford, a first-year starter, said.