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Topic - Scott Wachenheim
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's four-game homestand opened with a make-or-break contest against Southern Miss. After narrowly losing, the Cavaliers' bowl hopes were on life support.
"In a perfect world, when you get the program exactly where you want it, you have no less than eight linemen that are game-ready," he said. "That's hard to do with all the things that go into college football ... but when you watch the great offensive lines across the country, that's what you're seeing."
Offensive-line coach Scott Wachenheim said it goes back to recruiting and trying to build a roster that can withstand adversity.