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ACC Coastal Division champion UVA announces their 2020 football schedule
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
Coach Bronco Mendenhall led the University of Virginia to a Coastal Division Championship and an appearance in the 2019 conference championship game. Can he improve on that performance in 2020?
The Cavaliers come in hot with a Labor Day Monday game against SEC power Georgia. That game will be played in Atlanta, making it virtually a home game for the Bulldogs.
From there, the Hoos get something of a rest with winnable games against Division I FCS VMI and now conference-free UConn.
On September 26, Virginia jumps back in the fire with a rematch of the 2019 conference championship game. This time, the Hoos travel to Death Valley to take on the Tigers.
October gives UVA a home game against North Carolina, a bye week, games at Georgia Tech and Old Dominion, then a home game against Miami.
The home stretch includes a home game against Louisville, a Friday night road game at Duke, a home game against Pitt, then the annual rivalry game against Virginia Tech, in Blacksburg.
Starting times for all contests and the home games designated for Homecomings and Family Weekend will be announced at a later date.
2020 Virginia Football Schedule
Sept. 7 – vs. Georgia (Monday in Atlanta)
Sept. 12 – VMI
Sept. 19 – UCONN
Sept. 26 – at Clemson
Oct. 3 – NORTH CAROLINA
Oct. 17 – at Georgia Tech
Oct. 24 – at Old Dominion
Oct. 31 – MIAMI
Nov. 7 – LOUISVILLE
Nov. 13 – at Duke (Friday)
Nov. 21 – PITT
Nov. 28 – at Virginia Tech