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Virginia at Pitt
Oct. 10, 2015
Virginia Postgame Game Notes

Virginia Team Notes

  • UVA is 3-5 all-time against Pitt.
  • UVA is 0-4 all-time at Pittsburgh.
  • UVA is 0-3 all-time at Heinz Field.
  • UVA is 27-30 all-time in games following a bye week.
  • UVA is 5-3 under head coach Mike London in games following a bye week.
  • UVA yielded 217 yards of total offense in the first quarter and only 146 the remainder of the game.

Virginia Player Notes

  • TE Richard Burney** made his collegiate debut **-denotes true freshman.
  • Albert Reid’s 71-yard rush is tied for the 15th longest in program history.
  • Reid’s 71-yard rush is the longest rush of his collegiate career and is more yards than any total he has had for any career collegiate game, eclipsing the 61 yards he had against Clemson in 2013 when he was at Maryland.
  • Reid’s 74-yards was a career high.
  • Taquan Mizzell finished the game with three catches, giving the junior a reception in 26-straight games.
  • Kwontie Moore recovered a Pitt fumble in the second quarter and returned it 15 yards for a touchdown. It marked the first defensive touchdown for UVA since David Dean’s pick six at Virginia Tech to close out the 2014 regular season.
  • Moore’s fumble return for a touchdown was the first for UVA since Eli Harold returned a fumble 22 yards for a score against Richmond in 2014.
  • Canaan Severin finished with three catches, giving the senior a catch in 17-straight games.
  • The 18-yard reception by Connor Wingo-Reeves in the third quarter was a career long.
  • With two field goals, Ian Frye passes Jake McInerney for sole possession of sixth place in the UVA annals with 33 career field goals.
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