The Virginia Cavaliers play Division I college football for the University of Virginia in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The Cavaliers play their home games at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, VA. Mike London is the Cavs' head coach; the 2011 season will be his second with the team.
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The Virginia football program began in 1888.At the time, Virginia had the only college football program in the south, and thus had no one to play. A local boys academy agreed to play the Cavs on November 13, 1887. The game ended in a scoreless tie. The teams played again in March the following year, and Virginia won, 26-0.UVa played its first collegiate game on December 8, 1888.The Cavaliers lost to Johns Hopkins, 26-0, but defeated them the following season, 58-0.Virginia has won three conference titles in the school's history. The Cavaliers won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1908. They also were ACC co-champs in 1989 and 1995.
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Scott Stadium has been the Cavaliers' home since 1931. The 61,500-seat stadium is located on the UVa campus in Charlottesville. It is the oldest active stadium in the state and the 27th largest university-owned college football stadium in the U.S. The most recent expansion occurred in 2000, when Scott Stadium's capacity went up about 17,000 seats. As of 2011, the largest crowd at Scott Stadium for a UVa football game was 64,947 in 2008 when the Cavs took on the University of Southern California.
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