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Parks, Hamm lead Virginia past VMI 49-0

Associated Press

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) Kevin Parks and freshman backup Daniel Hamm each ran for more than 100 yards and two touchdowns as Virginia defeated VMI 49-0 on Saturday.

David Watford was 18-of-25 for 206 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score for the Cavaliers (2-1), who took a big step down in competition after a 59-10 shellacking by Oregon in their last game two weeks ago. VMI (1-3) of the FCS Big South Conference was coming off a loss to Division II North Greenville

Hamm had 136 yards and Parks 135 to become the first Virginia running back duo to exceed 100 yards since 2005. Parks' 61-yard TD run was a career long.

Watford had TD passes of 28 yards to Tim Smith and 4 yards to Jake McGee.

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Scoring Summary
UVAKevin Parks 61 yd run (Ian Frye kick)
UVAKevin Parks 2 yd run (Ian Frye kick)
UVATim Smith 38 yd pass from David Watford (Ian Frye kick)
UVADaniel Hamm 7 yd run (Ian Frye kick)
UVAJake McGee 4 yd pass from David Watford (Ian Frye kick)
UVADavid Watford 1 yd run (Ian Frye kick)
UVADaniel Hamm 12 yd run (Ian Frye kick)
Team Stats
First Downs429
Third Down Efficiency1-1611-18
Fourth Down Efficiency0-11-4
Plays-Net Yards56-7993-580
Passing Yds38223
Kick Return Yds11332
Punt Return Yds075
Time of Poss.23:1336:47
Individual Stats
VMI: Deon Watts 8-25, Derrick Ziglar 8-23, Bradley Lipscomb 4-10, Jabari Turner 1-5, A.J. Augustine 2--9, Eric Kordenbrock 2--13
UVA: Daniel Hamm 21-136, Kevin Parks 17-135, LaChaston Smith 10-44, David Watford 8-30, Kye Morgan 7-12
VMI: Eric Kordenbrock 9-27-38-0, A.J. Augustine 0-4-0-0
UVA: David Watford 18-25-206-2, Greyson Lambert 2-5-17-0
VMI: Deon Watts 3-13, James Rogers 2-4, Samuel Patterson 1-10, Doug Burton 1-7, Mario Thompson 1-4, Dane Forlines 1-0
UVA: Tim Smith 4-52, Dominique Terrell 4-27, Kevin Parks 3-69, Jake McGee 3-19, Darius Jennings 2-17, Adrian Gamble 1-11, Zachary Swanson 1-11, Daniel Hamm 1-11, Canaan Severin 1-6

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