Virginia Football Squashes Spiders: 10 Lessons From Week One Victory

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Virginia Football Squashes Spiders: 10 Lessons From Week One Victory
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The first week is over and done and for the first time since 2005, Virginia is 1-0.

It's been a long road and an off-season full of questions and revitalized hope.

Now the new era has officially begun with head coach Mike London and he was able to get it done against his previous employer and alma mater Richmond 34-13.  That feat makes London the first Virginia coach to start his career off with a win in nearly half a century.

While one game is but a mere snapshot of things to come, Virginia fans did begin to get some answers to the myriad of questions they had entering the season.

We saw a terrific performance by running back Keith Payne, a questionable special teams effort and a new star on defense.

The following are ten things we can take away from Virginia's performance against the Richmond Spiders this past weekend. 

Will they be harbingers of things to come?

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