Former Virginia and Alabama junior QB Phillip Sims hopes to make his transfer decision by the end of the week.
Liberty is the "top contender" to land former Virginia junior QB Phillip Sims, according to Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Junior QB Phillip Sims, a former Alabama transfer, has been ruled ineligible and is no longer attending Virginia.
Virginia beat writer Doug Doughty believes the likelihood of junior QB Phillip Sims returning next season "is going down by the day."
Virginia will move forward utilizing a quarterback by committee approach, featuring junior Michael Rocco and sophomore Pillip Sims.
Virginia head coach Mike London stated that the Cavaliers will stick with sophomore Phillip Sims as their starting QB over junior Michael Rocco.
Despite a fairly poor debut, Virginia will stick with sophomore Phillip Sims as their starting QB.
Virginia sophomore Phillip Sims will start at QB on Saturday against Duke, as long as his leg injury permits it.
Virginia sophomore QB Phillip Sims took over for starter Michael Rocco during the Cavaliers' final drive of the third quarter against Penn State.
Alabama sophomore QB transfer Phillip Sims' waiver was granted and he will be eligible to play for Virginia during the 2012 season.
The decision on Phillip Sims’ eligibility for 2012 likely will not come until the end of July.
Coach Mike London welcomes transfer Phillips Sims to the UV football program.
Phillip Sims has told members of the Virginia coaching staff that he will enroll at the school.
Citing a personal reason for his decision, backup quarterback Phillip Sims will transfer out of Alabama.