Virginia Cavaliers Vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish Recap
September 12, 2015
Notre Dame got a win at Virginia Saturday, but Irish fans could hardly celebrate after their team lost starting quarterback Malik Zaire for the rest of the season because of a broken ankle. After Virginia led at halftime, Notre Dame's backup quarterback, DeShone Kizer, threw for two touchdowns to rally the Irish to a victory. Kizer finished 8-for-12 for 92 yards. Notre Dame also got a big game from running back C.J. Prosise, who rushed for 155 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. Virginia quarterback Matt Johns completed 26 of 38 passes for 289 yards and two touchdowns in a losing effort.
Ucla Bruins Vs. Virginia Cavaliers Recap
September 5, 2015
UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen's big game led the Bruins to victory in their season opener against Virginia. Rosen completed 28 of 35 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns on teh day, leading a UCLA offense that rolled up 503 total yards and never turned the ball over. Eleven different Bruins players caught passes. UCLA running back Soso Jamabo led the Bruins' ground game with 79 yards on just nine carries. The Cavaliers kicked three field goals early but didn't find the end zone until Matt Johns' pass to Taquan Mizzell late in the fourth quarter. Johns finished with 238 passing yards, but the Cavaliers' running game averaged fewer than three yards a carry.
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Virginia Cavaliers vs. Miami Hurricanes Recap
April 17, 2015
Virginia catcher Robbie Coman hit a two-run double in the fifth, providing the key hit in the Cavaliers' upset of ninth-ranked Miami. The junior entered the game hitting .213 but was 2-for-3 in the win. Right fielder Joe McCarthy also had a strong game for the Cavaliers, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored. Virginia used four pitchers to contain Miami's strong offense. Nathan Kirby held the Hurricanes scoreless through three innings, and reliever David Rosenberger (1-0) came in to allow just a run in 2.2 innings. Closer Josh Sborz allowed an unearned run but got the final seven outs, earning his 10th save. Christopher Barr was the star for Miami as he went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a triple, and an RBI.