Short Memory Key As Virginia Looks To No. 17 TCU

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Mike London told his Virginia players they have to put their 56-20 loss to Georgia Tech behind them.

That's a challenge, especially for a defense that just gave up 594 yards.

And when the Cavaliers (2-1) do look ahead, they will see No. 17 TCU and its highly efficient offense waiting.

The Horned Frogs (2-0) are led by quarterback Casey Pachall, who leads the nation in passing efficiency and has only thrown six incompletions in 39 attempts.

London says he's told the Cavaliers if they let a blowout loss become how they view themselves, it will be a long rest of the season.

Defensive end Ausar Walcott says the Cavaliers' biggest problem against the Yellow Jackets was getting outworked.


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