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Nov. 1, 2014

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Virginia at Georgia Tech
Nov. 1, 2014
Virginia Postgame Game Notes

Virginia Team Notes
• UVa is now 17-19-1 all-time against Georgia Tech.
• UVa is now 7-15 all-time in Atlanta against the Yellow Jackets.
• With his second quarter field goal, Ian Frye moved into a tie for fifth-most at UVa in a season with 17 made field goals. Frye is now tied with Rafael Garcia (1994), Connor Hughes (2004) and Robert Randolph (2009).
• UVa gave up 147 rushing to Synjyn Days. It’s the first 100-yard rusher against the Cavalier defense this season. It’s the first 100-yard rusher against UVa since the Georgia Tech game last season.
• First time UVa has failed to rush for over 100 yards since tallying 68 against Gerogia Tech in 2013.
• UVa’s 22 rushing yards is it’s fewest in a game since rushing for 25 versus Florida State in 2010.
• With 409 total yards, Georgia Tech becomes the first FBS team in 2014 to accumulate over 400 yards of total offense.

Virginia Offensive Player Notes
• Zachary Swanson caught his second career touchdown and his first since the 2012 meeting with Georgia Tech at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
• David Watford appeared at wide receiver for the first time in his career.
• Watford caught his first career pass as a receiver, a seven-yard gain. It was Watford’s second career reception. Watford as a QB caught one of his passes batted down at Maryland in 2013.
• With 76 receiving yards, Darius Jennings moved to No. 11 all-time at UVa with 1,568 receiving yards. Today Jennings passed Terrence Wilkins (1,495) and Bruce McGonnigal (1,556).
• Jennings also added 71 kick return yards to break the program record for kick returns yards for a career. Jennings now has 1,646 career returns yards, passing Joe Sroba (1974-76) who set the standard with 1,645 career kick return yards.
• Canaan Severin tied his career high with five receptions.

Virginia Defensive Player Notes
• Anthony Harris grabbed his second interception of the season and his 11th of his career. Harris is now tied for No. 10 all-time at UVa with career interceptions.
• With 13 tackles Quin Blanding has led UVa in tackles for the fifth time this season.

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