Found September 02, 2013 on The Duck Stops Here:
Fans call them the Wahoos or just the 'Hoos, but by any name, the Virginia Cavaliers played some stout, opportunistic defense in upending BYU last Saturday at Scott Stadium. The team with the three nicknames followed a brilliant defensive plan by coordinator Jon Tenuta in shutting down the Cougars' vaunted no-huddle spread offense, winning 19-16 in a game that featured a downpour that flooded the exits and resulted in a lightning delay of over two hours, taking over six hours to complete. Parking it in the end zone: Kevin Parks' 13-yard touchdown scamper bolted Virginia to gutty 19-16 win over BYU in their season opener last week, a game that has to give the Cavaliers confidence as they prepare to face the Ducks (John McDonnell, Washington Post photo).     The Hoos handled a lot of adversity, overcoming two second-half deficits for the win, using a safety, a 53-yard field goal, a blocked punt and a late fourth quarter interception to stymie the Mormons with a litt...
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