Virginia upset No. 5 Florida State in Charlottsville Tuesday night in what was a much-needed win over a top opponent for the Cavaliers, but it wasn't all smiles for Tony Bennett's squad — especially for guard Braxton Key.
Early in the second half, Key pump-faked a 3-pointer and drove to the rim. As a Seminole defender impeded his progress, Key pulled up for a floater in the lane but barreled over the opponent, and was called for an offensive foul.
When Key walked away, he pulled at the "Virginia" lettering across the front of the jersey and partially ripped it.
The senior guard played nearly three minutes with the torn jersey before play stopped for a media timeout.
During the timeout, Key pulled his mangled No. 2 jersey off and replaced it for a spare No. 42 top the team had. His jersey may have been torn, but the result was anything but a split decision as the Cavaliers upset the Florida State 61-56 to end the Seminoles' 10-game winning streak.
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