UVA Assistant Football Coach Bill Lazor Leaving For NFL

There are 11 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jan 26, 2013, titled UVA Assistant Football Coach Bill Lazor Leaving For NFL. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Charlottesville, Va. Virginia head football coach Mike London announced today that offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor has resigned his position with the Virginia football program to accept a coaching position in the National Football League.

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Writing on the wall

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Jan 29, 2013
Mr. Lazor sees the writing on the wall. Mike London, his assistants and, hopefully, Mr. Littlepage will all be on their way out after next season.

The students, the fans and the facilities at UVA are second to none. We deserve better when it comes to our football coaching and administration.
Dude

Bumpass, VA

#2 Jan 29, 2013
Writing on the wall wrote:
Mr. Lazor sees the writing on the wall. Mike London, his assistants and, hopefully, Mr. Littlepage will all be on their way out after next season.
The students, the fans and the facilities at UVA are second to none. We deserve better when it comes to our football coaching and administration.
second to none? Oregon, Alabama, LSU, Florida, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Nebraska, OSU, Notre Dame and Michigan laugh at this.
Jaded

Richmond, VA

#3 Jan 29, 2013
Anyone worth their weight will leave this program the minute another opportunity comes about. We should expect at least another season or two of mediocrity at best before London gets fired. I know quite a few fans who are ditching season tickets they've held for decades. That stadium is going to be depressing next year...
Walose

Charlottesville, VA

#4 Jan 29, 2013
Glad to hear this.His play calling was horrible .The offense has been completely unimaginative
Hoos time

Pulaski, VA

#5 Jan 29, 2013
Boy it seems no one wants to stay in Charlottesville. Good luck to coach Lazor. I can see where this will certainly hurt recruiting.
Hoos time

Pulaski, VA

#6 Jan 29, 2013
Dude wrote:
<quoted text>second to none? Oregon, Alabama, LSU, Florida, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Nebraska, OSU, Notre Dame and Michigan laugh at this.

This reader must not get out much. UVA is inferior to most of the teams in the ACC and second rate facilities. The fans show little enthusiasm, but I suppose winning would help that problem.
john teller

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Jan 29, 2013
Bye bye, he will go no further. CML should have kept Reid.
Dude

Warrenton, VA

#8 Jan 30, 2013
Hoos time wrote:
<quoted text>
This reader must not get out much. UVA is inferior to most of the teams in the ACC and second rate facilities. The fans show little enthusiasm, but I suppose winning would help that problem.
It's not for lack of effort, but to claim that they're second to none is unrealistic. The indoor facility should help, and Davenport has come a long way. It's going to be tough to keep up with the big athletic association revenues generators like Texas, Florida, and OSU. Winning helps,for sure, and I still think London deserves a little more time. There are a handful of elite teams at any given moment, and they pick coaches from the rest of the other major FBS AQ conferences. It's tough for a non-elite to break through or get a lightening in a bottle coaching staff, and even when it does, they get hand picked by the NFL minor league teams. UVA still has a lot to offer, but it's not perceived as an NFL mill, even though if you look at the NFL, UVA has proven to be a good development team.
Dude

Warrenton, VA

#9 Jan 30, 2013
Hoos time wrote:
Boy it seems no one wants to stay in Charlottesville. Good luck to coach Lazor. I can see where this will certainly hurt recruiting.
I find the early defensive dismissals perplexing. Defense wasn't UVA's bane this past season. Lazor didn't really impress me, and clearly wasn't instrumental in Rocco's development. Wishing him well is the classy thing to do, but seeing him go shouldn't hurt any UVA's fans feelings. The timing could have been better with NSD 7 days away.
Dude

Warrenton, VA

#10 Jan 30, 2013
Walose wrote:
Glad to hear this.His play calling was horrible .The offense has been completely unimaginative
and with O'Brian already on the staff... It's addition through subtraction.
jogger

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Jan 30, 2013
The hand writing was/is on the wall and this guy is to bright to stay around for the hammer to fall....git while the gitting is good....You cannot win in acc football with freshmen recruits and virginia does not have anything in the can to win with...another ah shucks season on the horizon.....

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