Changes Abound, And Hall Holds Key For Virginia
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Virginia coach Al Groh tries to downplay the amount of transition that will be in play when the Cavaliers open their season in early September.
But a new spread offense, five new assistant coaches and a three-year cornerback-turned-quarterback add up to lots of change, especially when it seems very likely that Virginia will have to win more than it loses for Groh…
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