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    Virginia Tech vs. Virginia football photos

    photoVirginia Tech senior linebacker Jeron Gouveia-Wislow hugs his mother, Loree Winslow, before the start of a Nov. 24 home game against Virginia. Gouveia-Winslow is a Stone Bridge High School alum.—Times-Mirror Photo/Richard Shumaker

    The Virginia Tech Hokies earned their ninth consecutive football victory over the University of Virginia on Nov. 24, downing the Cavaliers 17-14 in Blacksburg.

    Cody Journell connected on a 29-yard field goal with four seconds left in regulation to lift the host Hokies. 

    Virginia Tech (4-4 in the ACC, 6-6 overall) is now eligible for a bowl game for the 20th consecutive season. Virginia concludes its season with a 4-8 record, including a 2-6 mark in conference play.

    -All photos by Richard Shumaker




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