Wahoowa: UVA football 2011 schedule released

UVA football fans rejoice! The 2011 ACC Football schedule has just been released. And while recent assault charges against three Cavalier players and another unenrollment leaves the team’s starting roster to question, UVA has its opponents all lined up.

September 3      WILLIAM & MARY  (@home)
September 10     at Indiana  
September 17     at North Carolina  
September 24     SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI  (@home)
October 1         IDAHO  (@home)
October 15       GEORGIA TECH  (@home)
October 22       NC STATE  (@home)
October 27       at Miami (Thursday), ESPN, 8 pm  
November 5        at Maryland      
November 12      DUKE  (@home)
November 19      at Florida State   
November 26       VIRGINIA TECH (@home)

This season, the Cavaliers will not face off against Boston College, Clemson or Wake Forest in the ACC. According to Virginia Sports, UVA will face nine teams that played in bowl games last season. Additionally, C-VILLE published a story in December about head coach Mike London’s contract bonus clauses, should he nab coach or postseason honors; read the story here.

Will UVA football best 2010’s 4-8 record? Leave your thoughts below.

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