Mike London is in his 6th season as the Virginia head coach. Even after a triple overtime win over Syracuse moved the Cavaliers to 2-4 on the season, it is widely believed London is “coaching for his job,” despite facing a consistently difficult non-conference schedule the past few seasons.
On Wednesday he joined David Glenn on the radio to talk about how he and his team are maintaining focus.
“You block out the noise,” London said. “What’s most important is for these guys to be great students because school is still going on. What’s most important for them is to be great brothers or sons or teammates because that’s what happens every day. And now we get ready to perform against a very good UNC football team.”
Listen to the full interview below: