Notre Dame-Ohio State, Georgia-Oregon and Cincinnati-Arkansas are among the games we're most excited for -- and that's just Week 1.
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Virginia starting quarterback Brennan Armstrong, who ranked second nationally in passing average in 2021, will return for the 2022 season.
- UVa QB Armstrong returning to play fifth season
- Sources: Virginia tabs Air Force's Rudzinski as DC
- Falcons RB coach leaves for Virginia OC position
- Syracuse hires new OC, QB coach from Virginia
John Rudzinski, whose defense at Air Force ranked No. 4 nationally in total defense and 16th in scoring defense this season, will be the new defensive coordinator at Virginia, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Falcons running backs coach Desmond Kitchings is leaving the team to take over as the offensive coordinator at the University of Virginia.
Syracuse has hired Robert Anae as offensive coordinator and Jason Beck as quarterbacks coach.
Bowl season is upon us. Here's what you need to know about every game, through the College Football Playoff.
The Military Bowl Presented by Peraton and the Wasabi Fenway Bowl were canceled Sunday because of COVID-19 issues in the Boston College and Virginia football programs, respectively.
National signing day means many top college football recruits will commit. In turn, there will be significant movement in the class rankings.
The new head coach of the Miami Hurricanes Mario Cristobal visits with the guys to discuss the move from Oregon to come home to coach the school he once played at. Plus the new head coach of Virginia Tony Elliott joins the show to talk about taking over for Bronco Mendenhall as head coach of the cavaliers.
After Tony Elliott was introduced as Virginia's coach Monday, quarterback Brennan Armstrong said he has given no thought to transferring and is "really excited" to see Elliott's program.
Virginia has hired Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott as its next head coach, the school announced Friday.
The Virginia Cavaliers are homing in on Tony Elliott, Clemson's OC, as top candidate for their head football coaching job, sources tell ESPN.
Bronco Mendenhall reiterated multiple times that his exit from Virginia is not a retirement, but a way for him to take a step back after 31 straight years in coaching to help him ultimately become a better person and better coach.
— J.C. Price hasn't masked his emotions or love for Virginia Tech since he was chosen to replace Justin Fuente as the Hokies interim coach early last week.
Clemson and Florida State dominated the ACC over the past decade, and that has shown up in recruiting. But which class stood the test of time?
Walter Nolen committing to Texas A&M means the top 10 teams shuffle up yet again with over a month until signing day.
Virginia Head Football Coach Bronco Mendenhall joins the show and talks about his QB Brennan Armstrong being named a semifinalist for “Collegiate player of the year”. And can Wake run the table and finish off the season undefeated? We preview their matchup with North Carolina & look to see who they have left on the schedule. Plus former Wake Forest QB Riley Skinner sits down with the guys to talk about his undefeated Demon Deacons.
— Winning with tough defense has been BYU’s path to success this season. The 25th-ranked Cougars proved they still know how to light up a scoreboard.
Can Michigan State force Michigan to pass? Can the Wolverines contain Sparty? Can Penn State slow down Ohio State? We'll learn a lot this weekend.
— Brennan Armstrong threw four touchdown passes and ran for two more scores and Virginia rallied from a slow start and beat Georgia Tech 48-40 on Saturday night, the Cavaliers' fourth straight victory.