Ross Burbank

Virginia Cavaliers #65

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 310
  • Seasons: JR

Updated Seahawks depth chart, position battles on offense following draft

The Seattle Seahawks added a literal undecad of draft picks last week (Yahoo Answers tells me this is the correct terminology for a group of 11 people) so it’s fair to wonder what the roster sort...

Bronco can raise the Virginia bar, but ...

UVA upgraded by bringing on a coach who had better teams than the Cavaliers did, and he did it without being in a power conference. But the conference is upgrading all over the place.

All-ACC Coaches' Team and Awards include several FSU players

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A number of 'Noles were honored-- with some notable omissions.

Virginia Offense Preview

The Hoos offense has been pretty bad over the past few years, but there is certainly potential for a better year this year. The question marks are on the OL and the WR corps. And, of course, the...

Blanding named Preseason All-ACC; 9 Hoos get votes

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Virginia free safety Quin Blanding is the lone representative for the Cavaliers on the 2015 Preseason All-ACC Team. Clemson led the conference with five student-athletes selected, while Florida...

Virginia Football Previews: The O-Line

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With last year's starting quarterback and top two running backs gone, the offensive line will have to step up in a big way for the Hoos to generate points.

Bowl or bust for Virginia

Virginia improved drastically last year but couldn't close out games and collapsed late. Will another solid Hoos squad have better staying power?

Spring Football Depth Chart Review

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With the release of a new football depth chart, we can finally draw some conclusions about what happened during spring practice. We can also begin to assess this team going forward in 2014.

Hoos Sign Commits; How Many Scholarships Remain?

Answer: Not many. We break down scholarship distribution by year and position group to give some context to this year's relatively small recruiting class.

Tiki's Game Analysis: Pitt

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The Hoos lost an ugly, ugly game in which neither team topped 200 yards of total offense. The Hoos defense was outstanding, routinely shutting down a potent Pitt offense. The Hoos offense was...

The Hoos Offense Could be Good. Or Bad.

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Last year's offense was inconsistent and unproductive. Many of the same faces are around, but the coaching staff has changed and the QB has changed. Can Steve Fairchild and Tom O'Brien turn this...

Highs, lows, and Virginia

Virginia probably wasn't as good as its record in 2011 or as bad as its record in 2012. But head coach Mike London is certainly feeling some pressure heading into his fourth season in Charlottesville.