Often touted as a “Gentleman’s Rivalry,” this game is known for class and sportsmanship.
But don’t let that fool you, the competition on the field is fierce, with home field advantage proving to be an immense factor for both schools.
Many great players have worn Virginia’s Navy and Orange including, Chris Long, Heath Miller, Gene Edmonds, and Ronde & Tiki Barber.
Virginia played its first football game in 1887, making it the oldest program in the South.
Since then the Cavaliers have played in over 17 bowl games, and have won multiple conference championships.
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Dating all the way back to 1895, this Old Dominion rivalry is the biggest all-Virginia rivalry game in college football.
They also play Virginia Tech in the Commonwealth Cup.
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Game times are announced by the ACC as soon as the TV schedule is set.
Virginia’s home opener is typically one of the most popular games.
Once in the stadium, you’ll see the traditions of “Guys in Ties, and Girls in Pearls,” as UVA fans are traditionally some of the nicest dressed in the country.