As we've done for several seasons, we take a look at how each unit performed and grade them on it. This is based solely the opinion of HornedFrogBlitz.com. With that said, let's take a look!
Game review: Although Casey Pachall threw for his second consecutive 300-yard game, Pachall against Virginia looked human. Earlier this week head coach Gary Patterson said Pachall needed to know when to get rid of the ball because he's holding on to the ball too long and as a result, bad throws and turnovers have happened.
Pachall struggled early on completing only 4-of-9 passes. Even on his 68-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Carter, it was a high throw that Carter made a miracle catch. Pachall had some miscommunications with his receivers early on. His worst pass of the day came on a big third down with the Frogs inside the Virginia 10-yard line. Pachall held on onto the ball for a long time and tried to force a pass into perfect coverage by a Cavalier defensive back.
Pachall started strong in the second half, completing his first three passes. His fourth pass of the half was intercepted, but luckily the there was a pass interference on the play. Regardless, his throw was very underthrown.
Pachall also showed a little running ability with a nice 17-yard gain on a quarterback draw.
Play of the game: Pachall's pass to Carter for 68 yards