October 8, 2007
Virginia kicker Chris Gould delivered a game winning 34 yard field goal with eight seconds left to give the Cavaliers a 23-21 win against Middle Tennessee State on Saturday.
Gould was set up by a Jameel Sewell-led drive that began at Virginia's own 20 yard line with 1:26 to go in the game. Sewell was 5-for-5 passing on the drive, and led Virginia to a come from behind win for the first time in his career.
The win also saw the loss of Cedric Peerman to a sprained ankle. Peerman is currently day-to-day, and the trio of Andrew Pearman, Keith Payne, and Josh Zidenburg filled in for the ACC rushing leader very well.
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