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Mike Strauss leaves Virginia for Richmond where he will be able to play right away

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report

Mike London has lost a quarterback to his old stomping grounds.

It has been two years since London left Richmond to take over the reigns at Virginia. Yet, a quarterback from his first signing class at Virginia has transferred to Richmond.

Mike Strauss has made it known that he will be joining the Spiders. Two months ago, he announced that he would be leaving the Cavaliers football program.

“We are very excited to announce the signing of transfer quarterback Michael Strauss out of Miami, Florida,” the release stated. “Michael was in a quarterback battle at the University of Virginia before deciding to transfer at the end of the semester. This addition will offer us another option at the quarterback position heading into spring football. The competition will benefit all the quarterbacks in our program and I am excited to evaluate their progress.”

Strauss will be able to play right away for Richmond and will have three years left. He did not take any snaps for the Cavaliers this season.

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