Virginia has rebounded nicely from a pair of early losses in conference play. 

The Cavaliers dropped contests to North Carolina and Wake Forest back in September, but have since won four straight games. 

Led by quarterback Brennan Armstrong, Virginia has one of the most explosive passing offenses in the country and is playing well going into the home stretch.

However, it’s not all good news for the Cavaliers.

According to ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI), Virginia still has a tough slate of games remaining down the stretch. Here’s what FPI is projecting:

  • At BYU: 52.5 percent
  • Vs. Notre Dame: 51.6 percent
  • At Pittsburgh: 20.4 percent
  • Vs. Virginia Tech: 73.5 percent

Virginia’s schedule includes relative toss-up games vs. BYU and Notre Dame. In the final two weeks, the Cavs will be heavy underdogs and comfortable favorites against Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech, respectively. 

Virginia travels to face No. 25 BYU on Saturday at 10:15 p.m. ET.