Scores

Final

Virginia 38

(4-1, 3-0 ACC)

North Carolina 13

(0-5, 0-3 ACC)

1:30 PM ET, October 4, 2003

Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, NC

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UVA 0 17 14 738
UNC 3 3 0 713

VIRGINIA 38, NORTH CAROLINA 13

CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina (Ticker) -- Wali Lundy scored a career-high three touchdowns to lead Virginia to a 38-13 victory over winless North Carolina in an Atlantic Coast Conference game.

Lundy, who leads the ACC in rushing, rushed for 129 yards - his third straight 100-yard game and sixth in his last nine games.

The sophomore's six-yard run gave Virginia the lead for good, 7-3, early in the second quarter. He capped scoring drives of 63 and 67 yards in the third quarter that broke it open.

In his second game back since missing three contests with a separated shoulder, Matt Schaub completed 19-of-22 passes for 284 yards and two TDs for Virginia (4-1, 3-0 ACC).

The Cavaliers won their third straight game and are off to their start in ACC play since 1998.

Darian Durant was 27-of-40 for 207 yards with no interceptions for North Carolina, becoming the school's all-time leading passer with 5,076 yards. He surpassed Ronald Curry's previous mark of 4,987 yards.

Durant, who was sacked five times, is the Tar Heels' career leader in completion percentage, touchdown passes, pass completions and passing yards.

However, he could not prevent the Tar Heels (0-5, 0-3) from losing their ninth straight home game. They have not won at Kenan Stadium since defeating SMU in 2001.

North Carolina is off to its first 0-5 start since losing its first six games of the year in 1988.

The Cavaliers are 15-6-1 against the Tar Heels since 1982.

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