Cavaliers look to bounce back against Connecticut
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WSET) - Virginia plays its third-straight home game Saturday at noon taking on Connecticut.
The Cavaliers look to bounce back from a 34-17 loss to Indiana, a game in which Kurt Benkert threw a school-record 66 passes and completed 39, but for only 259 yards. UVa lost a tight game last year at U-Conn 13-10.
Kurt Benkert, VIRGINIA SENIOR QUARTERBACK, said "I wouldn't say it's a game to prove myself but I think this is a really big game for us. I think winning this game would be huge for our season, put us right back on the right track."