Eyeing the Hoos: A Photo Gallery From UVA Football’s Spring Game

April 22, 2024 By Andrew Ramspacher, fpa5up@virginia.edu Andrew Ramspacher, fpa5up@virginia.edu

A sun-splashed afternoon provided the ideal backdrop for an annual University of Virginia football tradition on Saturday. 

Scott Stadium once again hosted the Blue-White Game, the scrimmage played in front of fans that ends spring practices and begins the countdown toward the fall season. 

Members of the Cavalier faithful were treated on Saturday to beautiful weather, a competitive game and a post-game “Meet the Team” session where fans of all ages could engage with the UVA players and receive autographs. 

The scene concluded Tony Elliott’s third spring as Virginia’s head coach. He saw signs over the course of the 15 spring practices that leave him encouraged as the Wahoos break for the summer. The 2024 season-opener is Aug. 31 against the University of Richmond at Scott Stadium. 

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“Watching these guys this spring, watching them compete today, watching the attitude … I think they’re hungry for success,” Elliott said following the White team’s 17-10 win over the Blue. “I think they enjoy being around each other. You see a lot more camaraderie in the locker room. … They’re coming together as a team.”

Check out UVA Today photographer Emily Faith Morgan’s images from the Blue-White Game. 

Players run on the field with crowd viewing in the background
Three players fall in pursuit of the ball
A player jumps on another player to hug in excitement
A close up of a football huddle
A close up view of three players, two embrace and one in the background smiles
D'Sean Perry's family leads the Wahoo Walk into Scott Stadium

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