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The 15-year streak is broken as the Cavaliers beat the Hokies, 39-30

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

We’re going to keep this one short and sweet because to be honest, we don’t really know what to do with our hands or what words to put on this right now. Your Virginia Cavaliers took down No. 24 Virginia Tech Hokies, 39-30, in an emotional roller coaster ride of a game on Friday afternoon.

The Hoos came out hot, jumping out to know what? You can read game recaps just about anywhere, to be honest. A missed extra point caused unnecessary stress throughout the game but a 48-yard field goal redeemed Delaney late to give the Hoos the go-ahead 33-30 lead. A Hokie fumble in the endzone recovered by Virginia tacked on an extra six points from there, and that’s all she wrote.

For the first time in the history of ever, the Hoos are headed to the ACC Championship Game, completing the ACC Coastal Division of Awesome (I’m pretty sure that’s what it’s called) with seven different division champions in seven years. Virginia has earned the honor of taking on Clemson in the ACC title game next week...hold on to your butts, everyone.

Hoos fans had a much-deserved field storming that literally nobody can fault them for:

Didn’t make it to the field? UVA’s got you covered: