The ACC announced UVa's September 22 game at TCU will be at noon on ESPN or ESPN2, and linebacker Steve Greer and lineman Oday Aboushi were named conference position players of the week.
A star is emerging at "Tight End U." Sophomore Jake McGee was initially recruited as a quarterback but now he's the one catching the passes.
"Some of the catches have been a little crazier than I thought they'd be but I'm confident in what I can do," said Jake McGee.
Against Richmond, he made a spectacular one-handed grab and then in crunch time against Penn State he hauled in a 44-yarder on the game-winning drive. He's reminding some people of former UVa tight end Heath Miller.
"There's a big picture of him in the hallways and I just said I'll try my best to at least get close to what he did here," said McGee.
The player throwing to him is LCA's Michael Rocco, the same guy McGee and his Collegiate team beat in the high school state championship.
"I can only say so much or the ball might not come my way, so.." said McGee laughing.
It's a small sample size, but coach Mike London says McGee has progressed quickly.
"He's learned the entire playbook. He's getting stronger. He plays off the line a lot but now he warrants opportunities to be on the line and block some guys," said Mike London, the head coach.
"When he's out on the field, he's very talented and athletic and can propose mismatches for defenses," said Demetrious Nicholson, sophomore defensive back.
London says McGee's role in the offense will increase, possibly this Saturday at Georgia Tech - a team UVa is 6-4 against in the last 10 years.