Updated: Sunday, 20 Jan 2013, 7:37 PM EST
Published : Sunday, 20 Jan 2013, 7:37 PM EST
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WAVY) - The coaching search for all the vacancies at UVA's football program is over, Virginia Head Caoch Mike London has now filled all four openings.
London's new defensive coordinator is Jon Tenuta. He played defensive back at UVa in the 80s. Larry Lewis is the new special team's coordinator, he held that same position at the University of Nevada. Former UVA quarterback Maques Hagans was promoted to a full time position. Also joining London is former N.C. State Head Coach Tom O'Brien. UVA finished the season 4-8 and only won one game on the road all season.
"I'm very excited about this group, they bring a lot of experience," said London.
"I'm here to help him in any way, shape, or form that he needs. After 38 years I've learned a few things about this game of football, and have a little bit of knowledge that maybe I can impart," said O'Brien.
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