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Topic - Mike London
Mike London and his Virginia coaching staff are facing a familiar problem during spring practice.
Virginia coach Mike London hopes he got quality over quantity.
Virginia coach Mike London has hired Jerome Oliver as his new defensive line coach.
In the aftermath of the Hokies' 10th consecutive win in a series that dates back to the 19th century, the Cavaliers were grasping at straws to explain how the rivalry has become so lopsided.
London had as many wins over Duke in two years at Richmond as he's had in four years at Virginia: one. Yes, Duke isn't the doormat at used to be. That's one of the sticking points. If Duke can upgrade its program, why can't Virginia?
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.
Kevin Parks ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 2:36 to play Saturday night and Virginia beat BYU 19-16 in a wild, rain-drenched season-opener.
Coach Mike London, sitting squarely on a hot seat, turned over his staff following the disappointing campaign. Now, with a little help from an old friend, he is hopeful the Cavaliers are back on track.
The Alabama transfer, once one of the nation's most highly rated high school quarterbacks at Oscar Smith High School in Chesapeake, played in all 12 games for the Cavaliers last season, starting four.
When Virginia wasn't taking the ball from Mike Glennon, the Cavaliers were throwing him to the turf. Their defense forced five turnovers — after getting just four in the previous eight games — and six sacks in a 33-6 rout of North Carolina State on Saturday that snapped a six-game losing streak.
Losing five consecutive contests might obscure just how well Virginia's football team has performed in some aspects of the game.
College football coaches set aside time each week to meet with the TV announcers broadcasting their game.
Virginia coach Mike London found little redeeming about the Cavaliers' final 30 minutes in Saturday's 42-17 loss to Duke.
Since Mike London arrived at Virginia, very little about the Cavaliers' quarterback situation has been absolute. So the coach's latest announcement was only fitting.
He may not have a win yet, but Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims has won over much of the Cavaliers' fan base.
"We'll make that decision early. We'll make that decision soon," London said of the quarterback position, adding that he chooses the leadership council members based on their play on the field, their work in the classroom and community, and that Watford had fallen short of expectations in some way.
There's still evaluating to do, coach Mike London said Saturday of the outcome of Lambert's battle for the quarterback job against incumbent David Watford and Matt Johns, but London also placed Lambert on his 13-team leadership council while Watford's name was conspicuously not included on the list.