Virginia Cavaliers
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The Virginia Cavaliers, also known as Wahoos or Hoos, are the athletic teams representing the University of Virginia. They compete as a member of the NCAA Division I level (FBS for football), competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference for all sports since 1953. UVA was awarded the Capital One Cup for the top NCAA men`s sports program in July 2015 after winning an ACC-record three NCAA titles (the College Cup in soccer, the College World Series in baseball, and the NCAA Tennis Championships) in a single academic year. The Cavaliers have placed in the Top 5 nationally several times, ranking first in 2014–15, second in 2010–11, and fourth in 2013–14. Virginia has won 16 NCAA national championships...

Virginia Cavaliers NEXT AND LAST GAMES

Next meetings

  • @Duke (10-20-18) 28 - 14

Past 10 meetings

W 40% (4) L 60% (6)
  • Cavaliers @ Orange 20-22 L
  • Monarchs @ Cavaliers 14-16 W
  • Cavaliers @ Fighting Illini 3-24 L
  • Spiders @ Cavaliers 17-34 W
  • Hokies @ Cavaliers 29-24 L
  • Cavaliers @ Panthers 38-48 L
  • Fighting Irish @ Cavaliers 28-3 L
  • Cavaliers @ Cougars 49-66 L
  • Yellow Jackets @ Cavaliers 40-48 W
  • Blue Devils @ Cavaliers 0-48 W

Virginia Cavaliers INJURIES

  • Joey Blount

    day-to-day | questionable

    Blount sat out the previous contest with a hamstring injury, and it is up in the air if he will play Week 4 versus the Falcons.

  • Ronnie Walker Jr.

    Lower Body
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Walker Jr. has sat out the previous three games due to a lower-body injury, and it is up in the air if he will play Saturday versus Duke.

  • Antonio Clary

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Clary has missed the previous two games with an unspecified ailment, and it is undetermined if he will be available for Saturday's matchup against Duke.

  • Billy Kemp IV

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Kemp IV has missed the previous two games with an illness, and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday against Duke.

  • Darrius Bratton

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Bratton is battling an ankle injury, and his status for Saturday's matchup versus Old Dominion is unclear.

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