Danny O'Brien

Notebook: Virginia's offense surging, but coordinator Bill Lazor sees room for improvement

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — As encouraged as Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor was in Saturday's 31-13 win at Maryland by the progress of his unit, he also couldn't help but overlook the problems that cropped up. By putting up a season-high 527 yards, U.Va. (6-3 overall, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) logged its sixth game with 400-plus yards this season. It's the first time U.Va. has had more than five games of 400-plus yards in a season since 2005, when the Cavaliers did it in six games. Still, U.Va.'s three turnovers caused Lazor some heartburn. Quarterback Michael Rocco passed for a career-high 307 yards, but he also threw an interception in the fourth...