UVA Season Ends With A Blowout Loss T...

UVA Season Ends With A Blowout Loss To Hokies

There are 8 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Nov 28, 2009, titled UVA Season Ends With A Blowout Loss To Hokies. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

A one point deficit at halftime turned into a blowout loss for Virginia, as Virginia Tech crushed the Cavaliers 42-13 in the Commonwealth Cup.

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Albert

Douglasville, GA

#1 Nov 28, 2009
Au revoir, Al Groh. Don't let the door hit ya in the can.
CBunny

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2009
I guess Groh figured he's out, regardless, and handed Tech his playbook. It's ridiculous that UVa should have to buy out that useless hack. He should just take what he's already got and GO already.
ruhokienhooville

Keswick, VA

#3 Nov 28, 2009
Good bye Groh. As a hokie fan we're gonna miss ya. Predictable play with quality athletes gets you nowhere. We can sympathize, we have Stinespring running our offense. Our saving grace is Bud Foster and a noteworthy national defense, although not at its best this year. I'm wondering whose gonna replace Groh and when Bud Foster is gonna leave Tech for his own program.
DirectorFlorinBr eeden

Blacksburg, VA

#4 Nov 28, 2009
This is sad. I will miss Groh, He tried his best. But I have to give VT credit. They did very good against UVA. But the Charlottesville Whoo's aren't going to be celebrating anymore.
Crazy Robo

United States

#5 Nov 28, 2009
Hey Hoos, I am a Hokie and at the game today and had a good time - everyone was "relatively" nice to me there. I have a dream of turning this game into a civilized, fun party and maybe we can get to that point sometime. I know it was a rough year for you guys but you will be back with or without Groh. You all played great in the first half and have nothing to be ashamed about - thanks again for a fun time.
thinking free

Bassett, VA

#6 Nov 28, 2009
One would think that UVA should make Debbie Ryan head coach of all athletic teams there. Only one there since Terry Holland to earn their keep.
Disillusioned

United States

#8 Nov 29, 2009
Maybe these coach contracts should have a "loser" clause where they can be fired (like with any other job around) if certain goals are not met. It amazes me that these folks can keep their jobs without performing to the level they are expected. With the amount of money they are making, I'd think they'd be held to a high standard. It just seems to me UVa has had to pay out a lot of salaries as "severance packages" lately, which can only hurt their athletic program.
Sad Times

Frederick, MD

#9 Nov 29, 2009
All you un happy UVa fans at this wonderful time of the year. We Tech fans are asking you to have compassion for Al Groh. Look on the bright side of yesterdays game, 14-13 at the half, and give him another chance. The William & Mary fans feel as we do that Groh should stay. T'is the season to be jolly!

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