Virginia Postgame Notes - Virginia Tech Game
Nov. 30, 2013
Virginia Game Notes
Virginia Player Notes
Kevin Parks rushed for 105 yards, reaching the century mark for the sixth time this season and the eighth time in his career. He was just the third running back to gain 100 yards against Virginia Tech this season.
Parks became the first Cavalier to rush for over 100 yards in three straight games since Cedric Peerman in 2007. Peerman: Duke (137), North Carolina (186) and Georgia Tech (138). Parks; North Carolina (100), Miami (130) and Virginia Tech (105).
Parks finishes the 2013 season with 1,031 yards, which ranks No. 12 all-time at UVa for a season.
Parks becomes the first Cavalier to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season since Alvin Pearman rushed for 1,037 yards in 2004.
Parks concludes the 2013 season with 2,474 career rushing yards which places him No. 8 all-time in career rushing yards in the UVa annals.
Parks extends his consecutive game streak with a catch to 11 games.
Eli Harold recorded a career-high 3.0 sacks.
Harold became the first Cavalier to have 3.0 sacks since Clint Sintim at Duke in 2008.
Jake McGee extends his consecutive game streak with a catch to 14 games.
McGee’s four catches pushed his career receptions to 71, which passes Ed Carrington (70) for No. 8 all-time at UVa among tight ends.
McGee’s 65 receiving yards pushed his career receiving yards to 769, which passes Jim Colleran (738) for No. 10 all-time at UVa among tight ends.
Taqun Mizzell (9), Keeon Johnson (8), Darius Jennings (5) and Kyle Dockins (2) extended their consecutive game streaks with a catch.
UVa kicker Alec Vozenilek ended the season by converting his final six field goal attempts.
Virginia Team Notes
With the win, Virginia Tech extends its lead in the all-time series to 53-37-5.
UVa has now lost 10 in a row to the Hokies.
Virginia lost 10 games in a season for the first time since 1981.
With DreQuan Hoskey’s interception, UVa has recorded a pick in six straight games.