A wideout that can also be listed as a running back who is really a slot receiver that was also the placeholder for field goals and PATs, Olamide Zaccheaus can do a little bit of everything.


Zaccheaus is going to be Virginia’s best chance at finishing with a winning record this season, because when the ball’s in his hands, he’s the best chance they have at zipping up the field in a hurry. Zaccheaus led the Cavaliers last season with 85 receptions for 895 yards and five scores—that last number will have to tick up quite a few notches if the Wahoos want their offense to cause any defensive coordinators some pregame stress. Still, if there’s any reason to watch a Virginia game, this 5-foot-8 ball of energy is as strong an argument as can be made.

Can They Make The Playoff?

No way. Virginia might come out above .500 this season if they catch some breaks they dropped last year, but an appearance the ACC title game seems to be the next logical Big Goal for this program, one that shouldn’t feel too unrealistic. Let’s not forget, this is the division that allowed Duke to go from the worst program in Division I to a respectable mid-tier squad in five years—anything is possible in the ACC Coastal.


The Assistant Coach Tweet Of The Day 




Sept. 1:Richmond

Sept. 8: @Indiana

Sept 15:Ohio

Sept. 22:Louisville

Sept. 29: @North Carolina State

Oct. 13: Miami (FL)

Oct. 20: @Duke

Oct. 27: North Carolina

Nov. 2: Pitt

Nov. 10: Liberty

Nov. 17: @Georgia Tech

Nov. 23:@Virginia Tech