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Topic - Luke Bowanko
Kevin Parks ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 2:36 to play Saturday night and Virginia beat BYU 19-16 in a wild, rain-drenched season-opener.
Virginia coach Mike London reviewed the tape of a 56-20 loss to Georgia Tech on Sunday with his team, urging his players to put the loss behind them.
Virginia coach Mike London has to concern himself with 11 moving parts on each football play, and it's one of the most basic jobs that has given him headaches through two weeks.
"This win is the biggest thing we could ask for, especially in the fashion that we got it," right guard Luke Bowanko said. "It's good to get that confidence that no matter what the situation is, we have the ability to come through it."