The Schedule in 2013
The Virginia Cavaliers are 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. The Cavaliers have high hopes for
the 2013 season, and fans share that sense of hope as well. Virginia has a schedule loaded with great games all throughout
the season, making 2013 a great year to catch as many home contests in person as possible.
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.
The Cavaliers will finish out their home schedule in 2013 with a big
matchup with the Virginia Tech Hokies. The rivalry between these two teams goes back a long way, and the Cavaliers know that
this game means a ton to the program as a whole, as well as to the fans across the nation that support this team. If the Cavaliers
can finish out the season with a big win against the Hokies, there will be reason to celebrate in Charlotesville.
The Virginia Cavaliers are an NCAA Division I football program that plays in the Atlantic Coast Confernce (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. Virginia had a tough go
of it in 2012, racking up just four victories over the course of the season, but the team is looking to rebound in a big way
Scott Stadiumis 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 over 60,000. These days, the stands are sure to be absolutely hopping as the Cavs look to make some serious noise in the
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports have
been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete
at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some
of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares
to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
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 diehards 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.
When you head out
for a big football game you're sure to experience all that comes with a gridiron clash. The parking lot at the stadium will
be filled with people gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub and sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all
one big lead up to the main event, which is the game itself. It's all one great experience that really takes an entire day
to appreciate, and you can be a part of it all when you head to a game.
The Atlantic Coast
Conference (ACC) is one of the top college football conferences in the nation on an annual basis. The ACC boasts the following
football programs: the Florida State Seminoles, Clemson Tigers, Syracuse Orange, Boston College Eagles, Wake Forest Demon
Deacons, Maryland Terrapins, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Miami Hurricanes, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Virginia Tech Hokies,
Duke Blue Devils, North Carolina Tar Heels, Pittsburgh Panthers and Virginia Cavaliers. Every season the competition in the
ACC is fierce.
When was the last time that the Virginia Cavaliers football program earned a conference
The answer is `1995, when the Cavaliers were named co-champions of the Atlantic Coast Conference.