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Virginia Football Holds First Preseason Scrimmage

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Aug. 18, 2000

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Tailback Arlen Harris rushed for 101 yards to highlight the University of Virginia's first preseason scrimmage this afternoon.

Harris had 10 carries during the scrimmage and gained more than half of his yards on a 53-yard burst.

Jonathan Ward rushed for 48 yards and two scores, while Marquis Weeks ran for 38. Dan Ellis scored two touchdowns on the ground, while Tyree Foreman and Bryson Spinner added one each.

Foreman and Kase Luzar caught two passes apiece to tie for receiving honors.

Placekicker David Greene connected on field goals of 19, 37 and 40 yards.

Linebackers William Clark and Raymond Mann led the defensive effort with eight tackles, including one behind the line, for each. Middle linebacker Yubrenal Isabelle had seven tackles, including one for lost yardage, while Angelo Crowell was in on six stops. Defensive back Tim Spruill had an interception and also blocked a field goal.

 

 

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