"Run the ball is what they want to do," said Brad Lawing, UNC's defensive line coach. "They're a power running team. We have to stop the run, then play the pass."
UNC must slow down UVa
Raleigh News & Observer
"This is a pretty dynamic player," Groh said. "He's shown throughout the course of his career what he can do throwing the ball. He's an elusive as well as a strong runner. But more than his running out of the pocket, he's particularly dangerous is his ability to avoid within and move within the pocket, and he's got a very strong arm. He can throw on the run. So, he's a very dangerous player."
Groh well aware of Durant's capabilities
Pearman rushed eight times for 38 yards, caught two passes for 20 yards and ran back three punts for 88 yards, his longest return a 70-yarder that went for a second-quarter touchdown. He also served as Sean Johnson's personal protector on the Cavaliers' two punts.
"It was a typical Alvin game," U.Va. coach Al Groh said.
Player for all purposes
Saturday can not get here fast enough for Connor Hughes.
After missing a pair of field goals and an extra point in Virginia's 44-14 season-opening win at Temple, the placekicker is itching to get back on the field and make an impression on the fans at Scott Stadium.
A different impression
Charlottesville Daily Progress