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Bryn Renner threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter after a goal-line stand preserved North Carolina's lead and the Tar Heels ended Virginia's postseason hopes with a 37-13 victory Thursday night.
When Virginia wasn't taking the ball from Mike Glennon, the Cavaliers were throwing him to the turf. Their defense forced five turnovers — after getting just four in the previous eight games — and six sacks in a 33-6 rout of North Carolina State on Saturday that snapped a six-game losing streak.
Since Mike London arrived at Virginia, very little about the Cavaliers' quarterback situation has been absolute. So the coach's latest announcement was only fitting.
Thursday's late football practice marked the end of two-a-day workouts at the University of Virginia, and it came on the heels of a Wednesday night scrimmage that inched the Cavaliers closer to an opening-day lineup.
Virginia Tech and Virginia each found its way into the red zone twice in the first half.
No. 6 Virginia Tech's defense is preparing for a physical game Saturday at No. 24 Virginia.
Kevin Parks ran 10 yards for a touchdown with 1:16 left Saturday to give Virginia the lead and Florida State's Dustin Hopkins missed a 42-yard field-goal attempt in the closing seconds as the Cavaliers upset of No. 23 Florida State 14-23 to set up a showdown with intrastate rival Virginia Tech a spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
Virginia’s season has had no shortage of magical moments. Saturday night, the ante was raised.
Miami's feared teams of decades past claimed that they played with "swagger."
Surrounded by family and 47,692 other friends, Virginia linebacker Steve Greer gave his wristband to a nearby child. First, though, he took out the card containing the Cavaliers' plays.
"When he came in, it was like he'd been in there before," Parks said. "He had great poise calling plays in the huddle."