- Chris Low, College Football
The details are of little concern to Virginia coach Al Groh. All he knows is that his Cavaliers have found a way to keep winning.
And if they keep it up, they'll play in their first ACC championship game the first weekend in December.
Have they been lucky? Maybe a little. But they've also been opportunistic, resilient and cool under pressure. Groh will take that combination any day, which is the reason the Cavaliers (8-2, 5-1) have won eight of their last nine games and are sitting in first place in the Coastal Division.
From Miami's last game at the Orange Bowl to Virginia's successful season to Branden Ore's resurgence, the ACC is covered here.