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Virginia Game Notes • Virginia at Georgia Tech • Oct. 9, 2010

• Virginia’s first two road games of 2010 have been played in the cities that hosted the last three Summer Olympics on US soil
• Max Milien’s 37-yard rushing score in the second quarter was his first career touchdown
• Milien’s 37-yard rushing score was also the longest rush of his career and eclipsed his previous game high of 14 yards against Indiana
• Darnell Carter recorded his first career interception in the second quarter
• Perry Jones set a new career high with his rush of 42 yards in the third quarter
• Jones broke his previous best of 38 yards set during his first rush of the season against Richmond
• Keith Payne’s rushing touchdown in the third quarter was his sixth of the season, better then any mark by a UVa running back in 2009 (Mikell Simpson – 5)
• Payne scored his seventh touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter, equaling UVa’s best mark in 2009 – Jameel Sewell also rushed for seven touchdowns in 2009.
• Linebacker Darnell Carter was lined up as the fullback and lead blocker on Payne’s touchdown run
• Paul Freedman set a career high with two receptions – the sophomore came into the game with one career catch
• The Perry Jones (54 yards) and Keith Payne (56 yards) duo notched the third game this season they both rushed for at least 50 yards in the same contest
• A pair of UVa backs rushed for 50-plus yards just once in 2009 – Mikell Simpson (83 yards) and Rashawn Jackson (73) against Indiana
• LaRoy Reynolds set a career high with 11 tackles
• Aaron Taliaferro set a career high with seven tackles
• John-Kevin Dolce set a career high with 10 tackles – breaking his mark of seven last year against Georgia Tech
• With 239 yards passing, Marc Verica now has 3,340 career passing yards, passing Wayne Schucts (3,124) and Todd Kirtley (3,146) into No. 11 all-time at UVa in passing
• Verica has now passed for at least 200 yards in 10 of his 15 career starts
• Verica’s 10th game of passing for 200 or more yards puts him in a tie for fifth all-time at UVa, tying Scott Secules (1986-87) and Jameel Sewell (2006-09)

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