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Updated Virginia football depth chart released

Virginia football officials just released an updated depth chart. Among the position battles that apparently remain unsettled include tailback (Perry Jones and Raynard Horne), backup quarterback (Ross Metheny and Michael Rocco), strong-side linebacker (LaRoy Reynolds and Darnell Carter), middle linebacker (Aaron Taliaferro and Steve Greer) and strong safety (Rodney McLeod and Trey Womack).

Max Milien will start at fullback over Terence Fells-Danzer in the season opener Saturday against Richmond. John Kevin-Dolce will start at defensive tackle over Matt Conrath. Ausar Walcott will start at weak-side linebacker over Jared Detrick.

Perry Jones and Raynard Horne are listed as the top two kick returners, and Chase Minnifield is listed as the No. 1 punt returner.

Here's the link to the full two-deep depth chart. Will have updates in a little while after Coach Mike London completes his press conference.

By Steve Yanda  |  August 30, 2010; 2:40 PM ET
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