We received this beaut via the anonymous feedback form this past week, and I'd like to address it now.
How should you feel? You should feel numb. Apathy is the only answer, it's the only logical fan response to the product being put on the field.
That is unless, of course, you have some power to change things. If you're a big money donor, demand a change.
When you're at the game, don't overthink things. Just hope for a win, and root as hard as you can muster. The kids deserve your support, I guess. But when the inevitable loss comes home to roost, just shrug it off. Because for the overall health and long-term success of Virginia Football, losses today might mean wins tomorrow... if these losses help expedite the changes that need to be made.
Personally, I am skipping the Clemson game. I just can't bring myself to sink a whole day into getting my ass out there to lay witness to them destroying us by 50 points on our home field. I hope my empty seat helps to send some sort of a message, but I'm not holding my breath.
At the end of the day, fans are customers. Don't let them play you as a sucker by taking your money and giving you a substandard product. The kids deserve your support, but the program and administration most certainly does not.