2014 Virginia Cavaliers Football Schedule
When the Virginia Cavaliers hit the field for a big game, the fanfare
they generate is simply something to behold, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see if the Cavs have what it takes
in another tough season in the elite ACC. This is a powerhouse-heavy conference with only a Cobra Kai level of mercy, which
means that the Cavs will have to be on their A-game all season long as they look to navigate the waters of one of the toughest
conferences in all of college football. With some promising new recruits and a talented group of upperclassmen as well, the
Cavaliers have no intention of going quietly as they look to make their move up the standings this season.
Cavaliers are back and ready to make some noise in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season, and Scott Stadium will be rocking
all season long as this team takes the field. Huge home games will include Virginia against North Carolina on Oct. 25 and
another ACC matchup against Miami on Nov. 22, just to name the tip of the iceberg. A game against Pittsburgh in early-October
also will have plenty of passion and enthusiasm emanating from the stands, as football is a way of life around Virginia University
and the Cavaliers are the centerpiece of the campus come game day.
But fans also don't forget about the away games either,
as you can bank on there being plenty of Virginia Cavs gear in the stands for all the top away matchups of the season. Virginia-Duke
in Durham on Oct. 18 will certainly be one of the biggest games of the year, though the biggest away game of the season very
well could be when Virginia squares off with the defending champion Florida State Seminoles on Nov. 8. Virginia-Virginia Tech
on Nov. 28 in Blacksburg will also certainly have an unbelievable atmosphere, giving fans lots of different opportunities
to comes out and see the Cavaliers the way they were meant to be seen this year.
Virginia Cavaliers Team Info
of the reasons that sports tickets to see the Virginia Cavaliers football team have remained popular comes from the stars
that have come out of the program. Only a few players have had the immeasurable honor of having their jersey numbers retired,
like Jim Dombrowski, Bill Dudley, Gene Edmonds, Shawn Moore, Joe Palumbo and Frank Quayle. These days, the Cavaliers have
all types of talented players taking to the field on a regular basis, giving them a reputation for having some stars on both
sides of the ball.
The ACC is stacked with some of the top football programs in the country, but that's part of the
fun as the Cavaliers know that a win within the ACC is about as good as college football gets. The Cavaliers are always looking
to finish atop the ACC standing, and this season they'll be looking to take a big step forward with their program in their
quest to make some serious noise throughout the season. This is a team that has had its fair share of electrifying playmakers
over the years, and you can count on that being a tradition that isn't likely to change any time in the near future.
NCAA Football Experience
The atmosphere at a Virginia Cavaliers football game is an unforgettable experience
for any sports fan, though you definitely shouldn't take our word for it. Students, alumni and other fans make it a point
to show up in droves for home games at Scott Stadium, one of the best places to see a prominent football game featuring some
of the most talented players in the entire country. Charlottesville, Virginia is smack right in the middle of football country,
and the passion for the sport comes to fruition in a very big way come game day, as watching the Cavaliers hit the gridiron
is a tradition that continues to be passed from one generation to the next.
Virginia Cavaliers History
Cavs have one of the premier programs in all the land, a team that routinely sees players go on to make their mark on the
next level as well. With more than 630 all-time wins, seven victories in bowl games and three different conference titles,
the Cavaliers have established a significant legacy for success since they were founded back in 1888. They've also had 11
different consensus All-Americans and always seem to be developing some of the stars of tomorrow as well as today, providing
more than enough incentive to head out and see if they have what it takes. The ACC is never shy of great matchups, and the
Cavs are sure to be right in the thick of the action once again this season as they take their dynamic group of playmakers
up against some of the top teams in the nation.
Virginia Cavaliers Trivia
Did you know that both the Barber
brothers went to the University of Virginia?
Before heading into the NFL, twins Ronde and Tiki Barber were dominating
at the University of Virginia, which they did from 1993 through 1996. The Barber brothers are definitely not the only great
players who have played for the Cavs, however, as NFL rosters are stacked nearly across the league with former Virginia playmakers.
Virginia Cavaliers Fans
Scott Stadium is the only place to be this season if you're a true Cavs fan, as there
is nothing close to the experience of sitting with thousands of your fellow fans for all the crucial moments of a big-time
matchup. Scott Stadium first opened in 1931, but underwent a major renovation in the 1990s, keeping the stadium modern and
increasing the capacity to more than 60,000. These days, the stands are sure to be absolutely hopping as the Cavs look to
make some serious noise in the ACC, the conference that is routinely considered one of the very best in the country. With
tens of thousands of fans at your side and some serious talent down below, a Virginia Cavaliers football game is one of those
events that will just hit the spot if you love college football played at the highest possible level.