Lambert’s status up in the air

Almost two weeks after Virginia’s Greyson Lambert suffered an ankle injury against BYU, there is still uncertainty surrounding the quarterback situation at UVa. A week ago, Mike London started sophomore Matt Johns against Kent State, allowing Lambert more time to heal, but on Saturday the Cavaliers face Pitt in a crucial conference matchup.

Lambert has officially been listed as questionable on Virginia’s injury report, and on Wednesday London didn’t rule out the possibility that the signal-caller could be back on Saturday, even if he isn’t 100 percent.

“It’s a different week,” London told reporters. “Saturday we’ll make the game time decision.”

“For right now, he’s looked good in practice.”

Lambert has completed 63 of 97 passes this season for 564 yards and two touchdowns while throwing four interceptions in his three starts. Johns, who has played in every game, has completed 51 of 86 throws for 594 yards for six touchdowns but has four picks. London also mentioned that David Watford, a dual-threat quarterback who started all of 2013, could be part of the game plan.