Mike London was a happy man as he answered questions on Sept. 8 following his teams 17-16 victory over Penn State on national television.
It was a signature win for a program that hasnt had many since George Welsh retired more than a decade ago. It was something Virginia could build on, or at least should have built on.
Fifty-six days later, London stood before the media following another Cavaliers victory; their only win since the afternoon they fended off the Nittany Lions. His team pulled off a shocker at N.C. State, yet the coach didnt seem all that surprised.
A week later and Virginia has now bookended that six-game losing streak with a pair of victories. The last two in impressive fashion 33-6 at N.C. State and 41-40 at home over Miami.
The possible reward to keep this going for two more games is a bowl game, something that didnt seem even remotely possible two weeks ago.
During the elapsed time, Virginia (4-6, 2-4 ACC) entered into a swoon as unbecoming as any the progr...