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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia’s starting left tackle Oday Aboushi was named the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week for his play in Virginia’s 28-21 road victory at Miami, announced the league office today.

Aboushi graded out 89 percent on 64 plays and had 11 knockdown blocks, leading the UVa offensive line as it controlled the line of scrimmage in the Cavaliers’ victory. Virginia managed to rush for 207 yards, pass for 263 yards and pile up 470 yards of total offense against the Hurricanes. Aboushi and his line mates did not allow a sack as the Cavaliers attempted 21 pass plays. Miami entered the game ranked No. 3 in the ACC, averaging 2.71 sacks per game.

Aboushi also was named the league’s offensive lineman of the week following UVa’s road victory at Indiana on Sept. 10. The honor is Aboushi’s third of his career, he also earned the honor following UVa’s season-opening win against Richmond in 2010. Virginia has earned four of the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors in 2011, each following a UVa win. Anthony Mihota has won the other two.

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