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UVa All-Time Bowl Results

Virginia's All-Time Bowl Record: 7-11

DateBowlResult
Dec. 31, 1984PeachVirginia 27, Purdue 24
Dec. 22, 1987All-AmericanVirginia 22, BYU 16
Jan. 1, 1990Florida CitrusIllinois 31, Virginia 21
Jan. 1, 1991USF&G SugarTennessee 23, Virginia 22
Dec. 29, 1991Gator Bowl Oklahoma 48, Virginia 14
Jan. 1, 1994CarquestBoston College 31, Virginia 13
Dec. 28, 1994IndependenceVirginia 20, TCU 10
Dec. 30, 1995PeachVirginia 34, Georgia 27
Dec. 27, 1996CarquestMiami 31, Virginia 21
Dec. 31, 1998Chick-fil-A PeachGeorgia 35, Virginia 33
Dec. 30, 1999Micronpc.comIllinois 63, Virginia 21
Dec. 24, 2000Jeep O'ahu Georgia 37, Virginia 14
Dec. 28, 2002Continental TireVirginia 48, West Virginia 22
Dec. 27, 2003Continental TireVirginia 23, Pittsburgh 16
Dec. 27, 2004MPC ComputersFresno State 37, Virginia 34(OT)
Dec. 30, 2005Music CityVirginia 34, Minnesota 31
Jan. 1, 2008Konica Minolta GatorTexas Tech 31, Virginia 28
Dec. 31, 2011Chick-fil-AAuburn 43, Virginia 24

Cavalier Bowl MVPs

 
DateBowlPlayer
Dec. 31, 1984Peach BowlHoward Petty, TB (Offense)
Dec. 31, 1984Peach BowlRay Daly, CB (Defense)
Dec. 22, 1987All AmericanScott Secules, QB
Dec. 29, 1991Gator BowlTyrone Lewis, S (Defense)
Dec. 28, 1994IndependenceMike Groh, QB (Offense)
Dec. 28, 1994IndependenceMike Frederick, DE (Defense)
Dec. 30, 1995PeachTiki Barber, TB (Offense)
Dec. 30, 1995PeachSkeet Jones, LB (Defense)
Dec. 28, 2002Continental TireWali Lundy, TB
Dec. 27, 2003Continental TireMatt Schaub, QB
Dec. 30, 2005Music CityMarques Hagans, QB
Jan. 1, 2008Gator BowlChris Long, DE (Defense)

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