North Carolina coach Butch Davis said earlier in the week that there wouldn't be any changes to personnel after a poor performance by the Tar Heels' offense in a loss to Georgia Tech. So what about tinkering with the offense scheme as a whole?
No overhaul, just execution for Tar Heels
The Durham Herald-Sun
Virginia is winless in 2009 and has lost seven straight games going back to 2008.
The heat is on ninth-year coach Al Groh as the Cavaliers (0-3) prepare for their ACC opener at North Carolina (3-1) on Saturday.
The good news for the Cavs? They're playing UNC. The ACC's oldest rivalry has been dominated recently by UVa, which is nevertheless a 14-point underdog.
Heels find Cavs vexing
The News and Observer
Just because Virginia holds an 0-3 record doesn't mean the Cavaliers haven't been making progress.
With two weeks to adjust before Saturday afternoon's game at North Carolina, the Cavaliers won't look like they did in the first week, North Carolina coach Butch Davis said.
Tar Heels expect to see improved Cavaliers
The Burlington Times-News
For Jameel Sewell, the glass is half full.
The scheduling gods made it that way for Virginia.
While Miami has played three league games and others have jumped into play with a pair of ACC contests, the Cavaliers (0-3) remain safe in at least one respect: the Coastal Division standings.
That changes tomorrow as Virginia opens league play at North Carolina (0-1, 3-1).
U.Va. ready to start anew
The Richmond Times-Dispatch