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By Jeff White
jwhite@virginia.edu

CHARLOTTESVILLE — As Mike London starts rebuilding a football program that’s lost 16 of its past 24 games, UVa’s new coach has a good idea which opponents his team will face in coming seasons.

Non-conference opponents on future UVa schedules include Southern California, Southern Mississippi, TCU, Penn State and UCLA.

In the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision, the regular season consists of 12 games. In UVa’s case, that means eight ACC and four out-of-conference games.

Dates have yet to be set, and some games must be added, but the Cavaliers’ schedules for the next six seasons are taking shape.

Here are the Wahoos’ confirmed non-conference games during that span:

2010: Eastern Michigan, Richmond, Virginia Military Institute at home; Southern California on the road.

UVa opens the season against UR, London’s former team, Sept. 4 at Scott Stadium. Virginia visits USC in Los Angeles a week later.

2011: Idaho, William and Mary, Southern Miss at home; Indiana on the road.

2012: Penn State and Richmond at home; TCU on the road.

2013: Penn State on the road.

2014: Richmond and UCLA at home.

2015: William and Mary at home; UCLA on the road.

UVa’s ACC schedules during that span:

2010: Maryland, North Carolina, Florida State, Miami at home; Duke, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech on the road.

2011: Duke, N.C. State, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech at home; Maryland, UNC, FSU, Miami on the road.

2012: Maryland, Wake Forest, UNC, Miami at home; N.C. State, Georgia Tech, Duke, Virginia Tech on the road.

2013: Clemson, Georgia Tech, Duke, Virginia Tech at home; Maryland, Wake, UNC, Miami on the road.

2014: Maryland, BC, UNC, Miami at home; Clemson, Georgia Tech, Duke, Virginia Tech on the road.

2015: FSU, Georgia Tech, Duke, Virginia Tech at home; Maryland, BC, UNC, Miami on the road.

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