The Virginia Cavaliers put on a clinic in Charlottesville on Saturday for the Duke Blue Devils, dominating on all sides of the ball—yes, even special teams. The Hoos put together five rushing touchdowns and a kickoff return for a TD. It’s Virginia’s biggest scoring output since the Hoos’ 48-0 win over Miami in 2007.
As such, you’ll probably want to savor this one for a little while, and if that’s the case, boy do we have you covered with video highlights galore here.
We’ll get you started off with the two touchdowns coming from Virginia running back Wayne Taulapapa:
Taulapapa carried the ball 14 times for a total of 77 yards. His two TDs from this week bring his season total to seven touchdowns in six games, including three against FSU alone.
Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins also had himself a day, recording three rushing touchdowns of his own.
Peep his leaping touchdown at the 1:19 mark of the video, early in the first quarter. Perkins finished the afternoon with 13 completions on 26 attempts for 141 yards. He also carried the ball 22 times for 62 yards.
The sixth touchdown of the day came from Joe Reed on special teams, returning a kickoff for 95 yards.
What a way to answer Duke’s first touchdown of the day.
I’ll leave you with two more highlights reels covering the entire game — one coming from the ACC Network and the second coming from Virginia Sports TV.