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Topic - Morgan Moses
The Cavaliers have ended nine consecutive seasons with losses to their conference rival Hokies, and they've dropped eight straight games this season since winning two of their first three. The Hokies have struggled with three losses in their last four games, but still have a chance to win the ACC's Coastal Division, so the stakes will be high on Saturday.
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.
Virginia coach Mike London reviewed the tape of a 56-20 loss to Georgia Tech on Sunday with his team, urging his players to put the loss behind them.
Virginia held its first intra-squad scrimmage of the summer Wednesday night at Scott Stadium, and Morgan Moses found himself in the middle of both of the day's highlight plays.
Virginia defensive coordinator Jim Reid had a piece of advice for the 25 players who sent faxes in Wednesday.
Virginia’s season has had no shortage of magical moments. Saturday night, the ante was raised.
Morgan Moses knew how many eyes were fixed on him. And it wasn't just because of his imposing frame.
"Both streaks, it's tough to deal with, but a win against Tech, everybody will forget it," Moses said Monday.