Six unsuccessful seasons came for Mike London at Virginia came to an end Sunday, as the program announced its head coach had resigned. From the school’s press release: (AD Craig) Littlepage met with London this morning to discuss the future of the Virginia football program. At that time, Littlepage and London decided a change in leadership was […]
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The Virginia Cavaliers finished 4-8 to mark their fourth consecutive losing season under head coach Mike London, prompting continued speculation he may be on his way out after six years in Charlottesville.

On Sunday, Virginia announced that London resigned.

London and the Cavaliers allowed 10 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to cost them their final game of the season to rival Virginia Tech, which claimed its 12th straight win in the Commonwealth Cup rivalry, 23-20.

In his postgame press conference, London discussed his future with Virginia, per Andrew Ramspacher of the Daily Progress:

London closed his press conference with solace, per Damon Dillman of Newsplex:

London was 27-46 over six seasons. He led Virginia to a bowl game only once, and that was in 2011—long before most of the current team was enrolled.

For a program that once had pride in the ACC, Virginia is now poised for a massive makeover.

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