UVA just announced the scheduling of a home-and-home series with the University of Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners. UTSA begins its life as a football program in the FCS in 2011 and will transition to the FBS before the second game of the series in 2014.
Virginia will be allowed to count both games played against the Roadrunners as contests against a FBS opponent in terms of the Cavaliers' bowl eligibility in those seasons.
In 2009 the Roadrunners hired former Miami head coach Larry Coker as the school's first football coach. UTSA signed its first recruiting class in February and will redshirt all incoming players during the 2010-11 academic year.
Of course, we shouldn't be too hard on UVA as they've been joined in scheduling home-and-homes with UTSA by fellow BCS conference teams Kansas State, Arizona, Arizona State and Baylor as well as Louisiana Tech, Colorado State, and Houston.
So if Delaware State was a baby seal I guess this makes the Roadrunners newborn seals whose eyes haven't even opened yet. Not a pleasant image.