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Terps edge Virginia, 27-26, after Cavaliers miss late field-goal attempt
Terps edge Virginia, 27-26, after Cavaliers miss late field-goal attempt

COLLEGE PARK – After 94 years of a closely contested Maryland-Virginia rivalry, it seemed appropriate that the last scheduled game came down to one desperate third-down pass, one field-goal attempt in the final seconds and one point separating the teams. An Atlantic Coast Conference series that included plenty of memorable finishes provided another one in the 78th meeting. The game was not decided until Virginia kicker Alec Vozenilek — who had been 6-for-6 this season — pulled a potential game-winner wide right on the Cavaliers' final play to ensure the Terps' 27-26 victory before an announced 41,077 at Byrd Stadium. Maryland players rushed the field after the...

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