2014 Virginia Cavaliers Football Schedule
If it's been a while since you've seen the Cavaliers in action, there
has never been a better time to change that, as Virginia once again has a talented team absolutely loaded with playmakers
that can turn a score on a dime. Come out and see if the Cavs have what it takes to rise all the way to the top of the ACC
standings in another season loaded with bench-gripping moments that you know you'll be talking about well after the final
whistle. This is a program that is renowned for having a steady stream of amazing players who can do it all, guaranteeing
an exciting brand of football that is sure to be the talk of the town.
The Virginia 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. It all starts with an amazing home matchup against UCLA on Aug. 30, though Virginia-Richmond (Sept. 6) and
Virginia-Louisville (Sept. 13) will also bring plenty of fanfare to the stands. Other huge home games will include Virginia
against North Carolina on Oct. 25 and another ACC matchup against Miami on Nov. 22, which will wrap up the home schedule.
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
Virginia Cavaliers Team Info
The Virginia Cavaliers are an NCAA Division I football program
that plays in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The ACC is stacked with some of the top football programs in the country.
The Cavaliers are always looking to finish atop the ACC standings each and every season, but it's never an easy task in such
a competitive league. 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.
But the Cavs don't just have to rely
upon tradition of having great players, as Cavs fans already got a glimpse of what this team is capable of when they got together
for their annual spring game. The Cavs showed that they have some talented playmakers on both sides of the ball, giving fans
plenty of reasons for optimism heading into another exciting season of action as they look to make their move up the ACC standings.
It's never easy in the same conference as some of the powerhouses in all of college football, but the Cavs always have some
superstars of their own and aspirations of landing atop the ACC standings.
NCAA Football Experience
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.
Fans of college athletics bring an intensity to the
table that is paralleled by very few pro sports fans. There's something about the top level of amateur competition that really
gets the crowd going. College football fans carve out their entire Saturday to celebrate all that comes with the game. These
die-hards are up early and off to the stadium parking lot for tailgating before the game. Once inside the stadium, they can
be heard screaming their heads off for their favorite team to come out on top. It's a real thrill to be in the stands when
the star player takes it into the end zone for the win, but you're definitely not going to get the same level of experience
anywhere but the stands.
Virginia Cavaliers History
The 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. 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, but you never know when the next all-time great is going to burst onto the scene. 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 look to
make their mark on one of the best conferences in the country.
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
With a capacity of 61,500, Scott Stadium is always
filled with passionate fans that pour into the stands on a regular basis to show their passion and support for their beloved
Virginia Cavaliers football. There has never been a better time to head out to a Virginia Cavaliers than this season, as they're
again armed with another talented squad that is never lacking in playmakers who can do a little bit of everything. The fans
here know a little something about watching prominent football, and you'll see that there is still nothing else like football
when it's played at such a high level as you're likely to see once again this season from the Cavaliers.