Virginia football spring game represents a step toward a normal fall

The Virginia football team’s spring game on Saturday felt like a step toward normalcy. A “sellout” crowd of 5,000 fans attended. The program, which prides itself on development, just completed an important few months of practice that it missed out on last year. The attention at Scott Stadium seemed almost fully shifted toward football. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)


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Virginia football spring game represents a step toward a normal fall

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