It was a slow first half for the Cavaliers. In a game where many either thought or hoped that Virginia would blank Kent State, the Hoos found themselves down 7-0 after Kent State's second possession.
But the second half was a different story, as starting QB Matt Johns was finally able to connect with his receivers, and even ran a touchdown in himself. (Johns, to Lambert: Anything you can do I can do better...?) Virginia would lay on the heat in the second half to put the game away, 45-13.
For the fifth time this season, the Hoos covered the spread, as they were favored by "only" 27.5 points.
Relive the highlights by clicking the video above, or watch the following video to see Maurice Canady's interception for a touchdown. Canady's pick six was Virginia's first since 2011, and with eight interceptions on the season so far already, you knew it was just bound to happen.