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MUSIC CITY BOWL

Nashville, TN - Dec. 30, 2005
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ESPN'S TAKE
Mel Kiper This game was really a tale of two halves. UVA did a really good job of taking advantage of what Minnesota gave up. Virginia outscored Minnesota 24-10 in the second half thanks in large part to Marques Hagans. (He will be a WR/PR in the NFL.) Defensive end Chris Long had a great second half, too. Also, give the Virginia coaching staff credit; remember four assistant coaches are leaving this program. That left a lot of responsibility to Al Groh. -- Mel Kiper

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Wali  Lundy
Wali Lundy scored two touchdowns for the Cavaliers.
Finishing Kick
Virginia got off to a slow start in the Music City Bowl, but the Cavaliers wouldn't be denied in the end. Connor Hughes nailed a 39-yard field goal for the game-winner, 34-31, as Virginia outscored Minnesota by 14 points in the second half. Story
 
MUSIC CITY BOWL OVERVIEW
It was over when ....

Virginia's Marcus Hamilton intercepted Bryan Cupito's pass in the end zone with 36 seconds remaining. The Cavs took over and ran out the clock.

Game ball goes to ...

Virginia QB Marques Hagans, who rallied the Cavaliers with 10 straight points to finish the game. He threw for a career-high 358 yards and two touchdowns.

Stat of the game...

14: Virginia outscored Minnesota by 14 points in the second half (24-10).

 
 

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