Bronco Mendenhall To Step Down As Virginia Football Coach


Virginia Head Football Coach Bronco Mendenhall announced Thursday he will step down as the Cavaliers’ head football coach following the team’s bowl game. Mendenhall is in his sixth season at Virginia. He has led the Cavaliers to a 36-38 record including a 6-6 record this season. This marks the fifth straight season UVA is bowl eligible during his tenure. (Virginia Athletics)

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Bronco Mendenhall To Step Down As Virginia Football Coach


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