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Michael Wilson "Mike" London, Sr.[2] (born October 9, 1960) is the former head coach of the Virginia Cavaliers football program of the University of Virginia. A native of the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, London played college and pro football as a defensive back for the Richmond Spiders and Dallas Cowboys. He was a police officer and detective in Richmond, Virginia with the city's street crimes unit before pursuing a coaching career.

He has served in various coaching roles with Richmond, William & Mary, Boston College, and Virginia, as well as the Houston Texans. His most notable roles have come as defensive coordinator and head coach at the University of Virginia, and previously as head coach of the FCS Richmond Spiders, where his team won the NCAA Division I Football Championship in 2008.

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