- That all-important sixth win of the season. Ending the program's 10-game losing streak against the school's biggest rival. And putting a stop to that rival's lengthy streak of bowl appearances, in the process.
- CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Canaan Severin made a spectacular touchdown catch and Virginia dominated after halftime and kept its bowl hopes alive for one more week, beating Miami 30-13 in its home finale on Saturday night.
- The subject came up late in Mike London's weekly news conference with reporters on Monday afternoon. It was broached again during the Virginia head coach's appearance on the ACC teleconference on Wednesday.
- The Virginia football team has had more than a week now to ponder these last two weeks of the 2014 season - and what's at stake for the program, starting with Saturday's home finale against Miami.
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