Crews have contained a fire at a football practice facility under construction at the University of Virginia. The fire broke out Monday at the indoor facility on the Charlottesville grounds of U.Va. Fire officials believe a worker’s cutting torch ignited a blaze. A spokesman tells media outlets that a preliminary investigation shows the cutting torch ignited insulation in the structure’s roof. The roof’s rubber membrane caught fire and sent thick, black smoke over Charlottesville. The 78,000 square foot, $13 million practice center is scheduled to open next August.