UVa All-Time Bowl Results
Virginia's All-Time Bowl Record: 7-11
|Dec. 31, 1984||Peach||Virginia 27, Purdue 24|
|Dec. 22, 1987||All-American||Virginia 22, BYU 16|
|Jan. 1, 1990||Florida Citrus||Illinois 31, Virginia 21|
|Jan. 1, 1991||USF&G Sugar||Tennessee 23, Virginia 22|
|Dec. 29, 1991||Gator Bowl||Oklahoma 48, Virginia 14|
|Jan. 1, 1994||Carquest||Boston College 31, Virginia 13|
|Dec. 28, 1994||Independence||Virginia 20, TCU 10|
|Dec. 30, 1995||Peach||Virginia 34, Georgia 27|
|Dec. 27, 1996||Carquest||Miami 31, Virginia 21|
|Dec. 31, 1998||Chick-fil-A Peach||Georgia 35, Virginia 33|
|Dec. 30, 1999||Micronpc.com||Illinois 63, Virginia 21|
|Dec. 24, 2000||Jeep O'ahu||Georgia 37, Virginia 14|
|Dec. 28, 2002||Continental Tire||Virginia 48, West Virginia 22|
|Dec. 27, 2003||Continental Tire||Virginia 23, Pittsburgh 16|
|Dec. 27, 2004||MPC Computers||Fresno State 37, Virginia 34(OT)|
|Dec. 30, 2005||Music City||Virginia 34, Minnesota 31|
|Jan. 1, 2008||Konica Minolta Gator||Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28|
|Dec. 31, 2011||Chick-fil-A||Auburn 43, Virginia 24|
Cavalier Bowl MVPs
|Dec. 31, 1984||Peach Bowl||Howard Petty, TB (Offense)|
|Dec. 31, 1984||Peach Bowl||Ray Daly, CB (Defense)|
|Dec. 22, 1987||All American||Scott Secules, QB|
|Dec. 29, 1991||Gator Bowl||Tyrone Lewis, S (Defense)|
|Dec. 28, 1994||Independence||Mike Groh, QB (Offense)|
|Dec. 28, 1994||Independence||Mike Frederick, DE (Defense)|
|Dec. 30, 1995||Peach||Tiki Barber, TB (Offense)|
|Dec. 30, 1995||Peach||Skeet Jones, LB (Defense)|
|Dec. 28, 2002||Continental Tire||Wali Lundy, TB|
|Dec. 27, 2003||Continental Tire||Matt Schaub, QB|
|Dec. 30, 2005||Music City||Marques Hagans, QB|
|Jan. 1, 2008||Gator Bowl||Chris Long, DE (Defense)|
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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