The Virginia Cavaliers have have started off in one of the worst ways possible so far. The team is currently sitting at 1-3, with their only win being a six-point victory over FCS team William & Mary. Their most recent loss was a blowout 56-14 loss to the Boise State Broncos last Friday. The team has also dropped games to UCLA and Notre Dame.
Fans are upset with head coach Mike London and are tired of losing.
According to Campus Rush, fans have even began calling for London’s job and they spray painted “Fire Mike London” across Beta Bridge, a place that is used for promotion on Virginia’s campus.
It really seems like a simple question but: why, honestly why, was Mike London brought back for another season? All of this avoidable #UVa
— Tucker Martin (@jtuckermartin) September 26, 2015
You guys know I'm a Mike London apologist, but this is getting tough. Not opposed to change at this point.
— Cavalier Blue (@CavalierBlue) September 26, 2015
Contrary to what many of you have been thinking, the “bye week” is not where we say bye to Mike London.
— Brian Leung (@TheUVAFool) September 28, 2015
London is 24-41 since taking over as head coach in 2010.
The Cavaliers haven’t made a bowl since 2011 and they don’t seem to be heading in that direction this season.
The Cavaliers next play the Pittsburgh Panthers as they open ACC play next Saturday on Oct. 10.
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