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Topic - Kris Burd
Virginia got to the Chick-fil-A Bowl with gutsy playcalling and flawless execution.
Virginia Tech and Virginia each found its way into the red zone twice in the first half.
Just one Virginia running back has run for 1,000 yards in the last decade, that being Alvin Pearman in 2004.
Virginia's players hadn't reached the locker room Saturday evening before coach Mike London set the tone for the rest of the season.
The 2010 season wasn't easy for Kris Burd. On top of enduring the sting of eight losses, the Virginia wide receiver had to fight through an ankle injury that kept him in pain for the season's final 10 games.
Morgan Moses knew how many eyes were fixed on him. And it wasn't just because of his imposing frame.
Kris Burd, sporting one of the team's newly designed orange helmets, helped send the message the Wahoos wanted to convey, that they are now a team with national cachet.
"Against Miami and Florida State, when the offense got the ball in the red zone, we scored points," receiver Kris Burd said.