Following an end of the season review, some shakeups are coming the the coaching staff at the University of Virginia. Offensive coordinator Mike Groh has been relieved of his duties and will not longer be with the team. In addition assistant head coach and defensive backs coach Steve Bernstein and defensive line coach Levern Belin also stepped down from their positions. Head football coach Al Groh will remain on for his ninth season. In a brief press conference earlier today. Groh, expressed that the firing of these three assistants was by no means an attempt to place blame for the Cavaliers dismal performance this past season on the field. The firings were simply the result of his annual review. While firing Mike Groh is defiantly a step in the right direction, the offense has sputtered since he took over three seasons ago, it is not the answer to the bigger question of how to you fix the Virginia Cavaliers? The current Al Groh administration at the University of Virginia has done nothing to advance the current state of football being played at that institution. If anything Al Groh has set the school back so that they are in worst shape now than they were nine years ago when he first arrived. Shaking up the coaching staff, was a decent step in the right direction. But till Al Groh is removed from his duties as head coach, the Virginia Cavaliers will continue to struggle.