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Virginia football’s losing streak to Virginia Tech: By the Numbers

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Could Virginia reclaim the Commonwealth Cup this year? Here’s a look at just how long it’s been.

NCAA Football: Virginia Tech at Virginia Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Virginia Cavalier fans know all too well that it has been 13 years since the Hoos have beaten the Hokies in football, a 35-21 victory on November 29, 2003. Lots has happened since then, including:

65 – UVA wins over other teams

50 – VT losses to other teams

31 – UVA players drafted into the NFL

17 – Seasons of the Bachelor (and 11 of the Bachelorette)

12 – Different UVA starting QBs

11 – NCAA Championships that UVA has won in other sports - 1 in baseball, 3 in men’s lacrosse, 1 in women’s lacrosse, 2 in men’s soccer, 2 in men’s tennis, 2 in women’s rowing

10 – Combined Spider-Man, Batman, and Superman movies released

9 – Combined UVA wins over Miami (6), Florida State (2), and Clemson (1)

8 – Different teams to appear in the ACC Championship Game

7 – New “Friends” episodes aired - (the final season concluded after UVA’s last victory in 2003)

6 – Combined Virginia Tech losses to Cincinnati (1), East Carolina (3), JMU (1), and Kansas (1)

5 – James Bond movies

4 – UVA winning seasons (out of 13)

3 – Different Presidents elected

2 – UVA football coaching changes

1 – New Year’s Day bowl games UVA played (the Gator Bowl after the 2007 season)

0 – Times Bronco Mendenhall faced Virginia Tech

Please, let’s reset all this on Saturday so we never have to publish a post like this again.