November 24, 2008
Virginia's loss to Clemson puts them out of Coastal Division contention, but there is still a lot to play for in terms of Cavalier football. Head coach Al Groh talked about what lies ahead in his final appearance on CBS19 News at Noon this season.
Groh talked about the Clemson loss, saying the difference was turnovers. Virginia turned the ball over four times and had two failed fourth down conversion attempts. Clemson, meanwhile, only turned the ball over once.
The head coach also touched on his seniors, who took the field at Scott Stadium for the final time on Saturday. Groh praised his seniors and talked about how much they did for the program.
He went on to discuss Virginia Tech and how it's an exciting rivalry. The Cavaliers have not won in Blacksburg since 1998, and have lost the last four to their in-state foes.
Click on the above video link to view this week's interview.
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