Virginia HC Mike London resigns after six seasons

Another day, another head coaching job becoming available. It was not a surprise when Virginia head coach Mike London announced his resignation Sunday morning as it was rumored that he would be fired at some point in the offseason.

After six seasons and just one bowl appearance with the Cavaliers, London resigned from his post in Charlottesville. ESPN broke the news Sunday morning via Twitter.

BREAKING: Virginia head football coach Mike London has resigned. https://t.co/RlLu7DgNsL pic.twitter.com/795xxiUaVC

— ESPN (@espn) November 29, 2015

It probably won’t be too hard for London to find another job however. Despite his lack of success at Virginia, he came into Charlottesville with a lot of experience, having won a national championship with Richmond in 2008.

The Cavaliers are now just one of the many football programs with a head coaching vacancy. It will be interesting to see what route they take for their next head coach.