Strong defense, poor offense highlight the spring game
Mike London's first spring game as Virginia's coach came and went, looking similar to the teams former coach Al Groh had during his final two seasons. All the players on the field Saturday were recruited by Groh, so that's not much of a surprise. But the team is still in search of strong quarterback play (Marc Verica had two interceptions) and will have an active defense (Cam Johnson should be fine in his transition to defense end).
The secondary is strength of the defense; the backfield is the strength of the offense. Linebackers remain a question mark on defense, while the offensive line could be shaky on offense.
Much more information, reaction and analysis to come starting Monday morning. Just like football season, though, I'm curious what you think. Please leave comments and questions below.
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