The Virginia football team navigated through an unusual offseason full of changes and an extended preseason due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but kickoff is in sight for the 2020 season. The Cavaliers missed spring practice, spent hours on Zoom calls, and returned to Charlottesville for roughly 12 weeks of preseason preparations to get to this point. Now, they’re just eager to play football.
The first chance to do that comes against Duke on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Scott Stadium where the stands will be mostly empty. Before the Hoos start this atypical season, however, let’s take a look at some of the big questions for the team this year (pandemic-related questions excluded). If you have other questions, share them in the comments or on the message boards!
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