RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -For the second time in three years, Virginia has declined to add a year to football coach Al Groh's contract under a rollover clause.
``Coach Groh has three years remaining on his current contract,'' athletic director Craig Littlepage said in a statement released Sunday night.
He said he and Groh would meet to review the football season within the next 48 hours.
The Cavaliers finished up this year on Saturday, losing 17-14 at Virginia Tech in a game they needed to be eligible for bowl consideration.

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