The question many Wahoo fans will be asking heading into 2014, is whether fifth-year head coach Mike London can make a comeback.
After a Chick-fil-a-Bowl appearance in 2011, the team has gone a dismal 6-18, ending 2013 on a nine-game losing streak.
Virginia has the second toughest schedule in all of college football this year.
The Cavaliers will open the season at Scott Stadium against UCLA, and they'll also host Louisville, North Carolina, and Miami.
UVA returns 17 starters and rosters 15 players who were either four or five star recruits, and incoming freshman like Andrew Brown and Quin Blanding are expected to contribute this year.
The defense looks to be the strength of this years team, led by players like defensive end Eli Harold, and safety Anthony Harris.
Greyson Lambert won the quarterback job out of spring practice, replacing last year's starter David Watford.
The Cavaliers were second-to-last in the ACC, in scoring last season.
Wolf joined the NBC29 News Team as sports reporter in June of 2014. Proud to be a Hokie, he graduated from Virginia Tech in May 2014. You can connect with Wolf via email and on Twitter.
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