As the Virginia football team approaches kickoff next week, fans surely are starting to plan out their schedules to attend games. The Hoos open at Pittsburgh on August 31 and then play at home the following Friday night against William & Mary. They’ll play a total of five games, including three straight at home, in August and September.
For many fans, the plans to attend games requires finding tickets on the secondary market. The Sabre is now providing links as a StubHub affiliate so if you’re in that boat, please use the links on the site to click through to StubHub and buy tickets.
With that in mind, let’s get to the rest of Fan Friday on The Sabre!
Thread Of The Week
With the starting line for football season in clear view at this point, fans are sorting through their preseason thoughts and expectations for the Hoos. On Friday morning, that sparked a thread with several good responses. Poster Lupos started the thread that you can read here; some select replies are below, but make sure you check it out for lots of thoughts on the upcoming season.
Fan(s) Of The Week
It’s always fun to watch the Wahoos!
Student Fan(s) Of The Week
UVA fans are going to miss De’Andre Hunter.
Feature Photo Of The Week
True freshman RJ Harvey unleashes a pass at practice. UVA coach Bronco Mendenhall said recently that Harvey could see action this season in a variety of roles on both offense and special teams.
Post Of The Week
Poster HooBaseball shared some National Championship thoughts and “benefits” on the men’s basketball message board. Yes, Virginia fans are still loving the title! You can read the whole thread here.
Question Of The Week
Poster Northern Wi Hoo Fan asked a simple question this week, but the range of responses is well worth the read. Click here to see the whole thread. The question: “How did you become a UVA fan?” Northern Wi Hoo Fan said that “My Mom’s name is Virginia. I was a young boy. We lived in Greensboro, NC at the time. My brothers were Carolina fans. Jordan, Worthy era. I had to be different, so I picked UVA and Ralph Sampson. Have never looked back!”