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Goals set for UVa rushing attack

On Wednesday, Virginia running backs coach Mike Faragalli and junior center Luke Bowanko met with the media to discuss the offense as the Cavaliers prepare for their opener against Richmond on Saturday.

Luke Bowanko, who started every game at right guard, will be UVa's starting center in 2012.

Faragalli told the media that he would have his full compliment of running backs for Saturday's game.

Late last week, neither Khalek Shepherd nor Clifton Richardson were at full health.

That's no longer the case.

Click below for notes on Mike Faragalli's teleconference ...

Faragalli teleconference notes

Bowanko, who started every game last season at right guard, will start the 2012 season as the Cavaliers' center.

The junior lineman talked about the transition and what it means in terms of weekly preparation.

Bowanko also talked about some of the increased goals of the offense, including some lofty rushing numbers.

Click below for notes on Luke Bowanko's teleconference ...

Bowanko teleconference notes

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