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Feb. 5, 2014

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Team Notes
• Virginia improved to 9-1 in the ACC, its best start to a conference season since 1981-82
• The Cavaliers won their 14th consecutive home ACC game, the second-longest streak in school history (16 straight home ACC wins from 1980-1982)
• Virginia’s 14-game home ACC win streak is tied for the longest active streak in the league (Duke)
• The Cavaliers extended their overall win streak to six games, their longest ACC win streak since a seven-game win streak in 2006-07
• The Cavaliers posted their eighth ACC double-digit win of the season, one shy of the school-record nine double-digit conference wins in 1982-83
• Virginia scored at least 40 first-half points for the fourth time in 10 ACC games this season (UVa scored 40+ before halftime in ACC play four times in the previous three seasons combined – 50 games)
• Virginia had the same starting lineup (Tobey, Harris, Brogdon, Perrantes, Mitchell) for the 10th consecutive game (tying the longest streak with the same starting lineup in the Tony Bennett era)

Player Notes
Malcolm Brogdon (17 pts, 11 rebs) had his first career double-double
• Brogdon’s seven assists are the most by a Cavalier to go along with a points-rebounds double-double since Akil Mitchell vs. Morgan State on Dec. 19, 2012 (15 pts, 12 rebs, 7 assts)
Malcolm Brogdon scored in double figures for the 10th consecutive game and the 16th time this season (21st time in his career)
Malcolm Brogdon scored at least 16 points for the seventh consecutive game
Anthony Gill (13 pts) scored in double figures for the seventh time this season
Justin Anderson (13 pts) scored in double figures for 13th time this season (25th time in his career)
Justin Anderson became the first Cavalier to foul out this season

Player Career Highs
Malcolm Brogdon had a career-high 11 rebounds
Malcolm Brogdon had a career-high seven assists
Joe Harris had a career-high five steals

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