“One game at a time.” That is how Morgan Moses, Senior offensive tackle on the Virginia Football Team, is going to approach this season. Regardless of the other nationally ranked teams UVA will face in 2013, Moses tells us that the only game they’re focused on right now is the season opener versus BYU. “Everything that we do out here, whether its one on one drills or seven on seven, we go out there with the mindset of beating BYU, not beating Oregon right now”.
No matter who the Cavaliers are playing, Virginia fans can look forward to seeing some changes in the line up that may just create those big plays the Hoos need. With the addition of new offensive coordinator, Steve Fairchild, Moses explains that, “The schemes that we run are similar but they allows us to get the ball in our best player’s hands. We have a lot of athletes, a lot of guys that can make plays for us”. And those guys aren’t taking any time off. Although camp is still a few weeks away, the team is in the weight room and out on the practice field every day. According to Moses, “That’s the biggest thing. These guys are out here organizing seven on sevens by themselves and going out there and doing the things they need to do”. Come the BYU game on August 31st, that extra effort may make all the difference.
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