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Virginia Postgame Notes

Virginia Tech 52, Virginia 14

November 19, 2005

Nate Lyles carried the flag to lead the team onto the fieldQB Marques Hagans joined the captains for the coin toss before the game. He typically remained in the locker room with his teammates.This is the second year in a row the Cavaliers have failed to score in the first half vs. Virginia Tech. They have scored 10 first half points in the last five meetings going back to 2001 and haven’t scored more than 7 points in the first half since scoring 14 points in 2000.Today’s crowd of 63,344 in the 2nd largest crowd in Cavalier history. The record is 63,701 set at the Miami game in 2004.Lundy’s second touchdown of the game was his 50th career touchdown. He becomes the third player in ACC history to score 50 touchdowns, joining Ted Brown of NC State (1975-78) who scored 51 touchdowns and Leon Johnson of North Carolina (1993-96) who scored 50 touchdowns.With the two touchdowns, Lundy has now scored 300 career points. Connor Hughes has 317 career points after his two PATs today, making Virginia the first team in ACC history to have two active 300-point scorers.52 points is the most Virginia has ever given up to Virginia Tech52 points are the most allowed by the Cavaliers since allowing 63 to Illinois in the 1999 MicronPC Bowl.52 points is the most by an opponent in Scott Stadium since a 55-0 loss to Clemson in 1984The 38-point loss was the most lopsided game in the series since a 38-0 win over Virginia Tech in 1991 in Charlottesville. It was the most lopsided Hokie win in the series since a 48-0 Virginia Tech win in Charlottesville in 1983.

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