This coming fall, Virginia will look to continue the momentum of 2019, by making it back to the ACC Championship Game. Also, each year Bronco Mendenhall has been the Head Coach for UVA, they have improved on their win total, last year it was nine can they get 10 in 2020?

The schedule at first glance seems a little more difficult than last year as UVA will face two top 10 teams from last year in Georgia and Clemson. The Tigers will certainly be the favorite not only to win the ACC, but to win a National Championship this coming season as they return virtually their entire roster.

UVa will have six home games (in bold), five road games, and one “neutral” road game in Atlanta against Georgia

Sept. 7:    vs. Georgia (in Atlanta)

Sept. 12:  VMI

Sept 19:   UCONN

Sept. 26:  at Clemson


Oct. 10: BYE

Oct. 17:    at Georgia Tech

Oct. 24:    at Old Dominion

Oct. 31:    MIAMI

Nov. 7:     LOUISVILLE

Nov. 13:   at Duke (Friday)

Nov. 21:   PITT

Nov. 28:   at Virginia Tech (not a Friday)

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