This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the Virginia Cavaliers football team on their home turf, Scott Stadium. Built to replace the old Lambeth Field, Scott Stadium opened in 1931 and was named after University Rector Frederic Scott. Today, 61,500 fans pack in to watch Cavalier football. Known for its unique "grass-seating" area called "The Hill," it is one of the most beautiful college football facilities in America. The university, established in 1819 in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a public university founded by Thomas Jefferson - the first and only President of the United States to found an institution. Today, it educates over 20,100 students.