The Virginia football team and the ACC released the 2020 schedule for the Cavaliers and the rest of the league on Wednesday. UVA plays six home games, five road games, and one neutral site game this fall. The Hoos will be chasing their third straight winning record and fourth straight bowl appearance while playing as the reigning Coastal Division Champions.
The schedule is below. Home games are in ALL CAPS. Kickoff times, TV assignments, and home game promotions will be announced at a later date.
2020 Virginia Football Schedule
Sept. 7 – vs. Georgia (Monday in Atlanta)
Sept. 12 – VMI
Sept. 19 – UCONN
Sept. 26 – at Clemson
Oct. 3 – NORTH CAROLINA
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
Now that we know the lineup order for the season, here are some quick thoughts on the Wahoos’ 2020 schedule.
1. No stacking
One thing that jumps out from the 2020 schedule on the heels of the 2019 season is that there is better balance. Not in the form of opponents, but with how the schedule is aligned. Last...
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