full year since the Virginia Cavaliers beat an fbs opponent. The Wahoos finished the season on a nine game losing streak but Brad Zahar tells us there's optimism in Charlottesville where the Cavs open the season Saturday against ucla. Mike London has won his first four openers as Head Coach of the Virginia Cavaliers. But this season the 7th ranked ucla Bruins come into Scott Stadium as the CAvaliers look to win their first game since beating vmi last September. David Dean: ucla is really respected and for us as a team nobody really expects much out of us. Everyone has us at the bottom of the acc. So starting out with ucla it's one of those games where if you lose you lose, but if you win, you win. Mike London: This staff this year has an opportunity to get better and improve as a team. Them being a part of this process, being a part of the team is something that could also lead to success of the team. i believe that 100-percent. . Greyson Lambert: i want to win. i don't really have any personal expectations, i have a lot of team expectations and this whole team has expectations that are just about the same. That's why you can say this team is more unified than ever before. Kickoff is set for noon on Saturday which for ucla that's nine am pacific. When Mike London was asked about the game time, he said he'd love to open the gates and play at 6am Saturday. In Charlottesville, Brad Zahar, wdbj7.