CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Freshman guard Kyle Guy scored 20 points in 13 minutes, and No. 7 Virginia ran off 26 consecutive points to end the first half of a 90-34 victory against Grambling State on Tuesday night.
Guy, who was Mr. Basketball in Indiana last season, shot 6 of 7 from the floor, including 5 of 6 from 3-point range, for the Cavaliers (4-0). Virginia coach Tony Bennett removed him with 10:51 remaining and started substituting with walk-ons very early.
Marcel Thompson led Grambling State (1-3) with eight points.
Guy, the most heralded of a vaunted freshman class for Virginia, causes a stir in the crowd every time he shows off his quick release. When his shot falls, fans go wild because the hype seems legit. He whetted their appetite in the previous game by scoring 15 points, and was even better against the Tigers.
Marial Shayok and Darius Thompson added 12 points apiece for Virginia.
Grambling State, meanwhile, might want to lose Virginia's phone number. The Cavaliers led 49-9 at halftime after the 26-0 burst, their largest lead at the break since the only other time they played Grambling, in 2001. They led that game 68-25 at intermission.