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Daryl Dike's incredible goals leads UVA to the national championship game

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Daryl Dike's incredible goals leads UVA to the national championship game

It's never too late for a beautiful strike.

In the national semifinals between Virginia and Wake Forest, Hoos' leading scorer Daryl Dike, scored a goal for the ages. 

Dike tracked this ball perfectly and buried it past Andrew Pannenberg on his first touch.

Dike wasn't done there, stretching the lead to 2-0 with this beauty of a header:

Next up for UVA is the national championship title game Sunday, December 15th at 6 p.m., where they'll face off with Georgetown in Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park.

Virginia's Jay Huff adds a reverse alley-oop slam to his dunking repertoire

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Virginia's Jay Huff adds a reverse alley-oop slam to his dunking repertoire

Last season, UVA men’s basketball won its first NCAA title in school history behind a group of perimeter shooters who could light up opponents on any given night. This season, with many of those players now graduates of the program, head coach Tony Bennett has said the team will be relying more on its frontcourt for production.

So far, so good.

Redshirt junior forward Jay Huff is listed at 7'1" on the Cavaliers' roster, makling him the tallest player on the team. And he didn't stop with that dunk either. Huff found the rim once again just a few minutes later.

Virginia is hoping to move to 3-0 on the year with a win over Columbia before facing Vermont on Tuesday night.

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Virginia vs Georgia Tech: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

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Virginia vs Georgia Tech: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

Virginia returns to Scott Stadium on Saturday to host the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets for a Homecomings Matinee. The Cavaliers own a 47-45-2 (.511) all-time Homecomings record and are looking to win a Homecomings game for the second year in a row after beating then-No. 16 Miami, 16-13, last season.

Georgia Tech leads the all-time series, 21-19-1, which dates back to 1965. However, the series has favored the home team historically. The Cavaliers are 12-4-1 all-time at Scott Stadium against Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets are 17-7 all-time against UVA at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

You can catch all the action Saturday at 12:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington as part of the network's season-long ACC coverage.

How to watch Georgia Tech vs. Virginia

Who: Georgia Tech vs. Virginia

What: Regular Season Week 11

When: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, 12:30 p.m. ET

Where: Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Virginia

TV Channel: NBC Sports Washington (Tom Werme, James Bates, Lyndsay Rowley)

Live Stream: NBC Sports Washington

Radio: Sirius Channel 99, XM Channel 194, Internet Channel 956

Point Spread: UVA -16

Over/Under: 46

Weather: 46 degrees, mostly sunny

Virginia's full 2019 football schedule

Week 1: at Pitt, W, 30-14
Week 2: vs.William & Mary, W, 52-17
Week 3: vs. Florida State, W, 31-24
Week 4: vs. Old Dominion, W, 28-17
Week 5: at Notre Dame, L, 20-35
Week 6: at Miami, L, 9-17
Week 7: vs Duke, W, 48-14
Week 8: at Louisville, L, 21-28
Week 9: at North Carolina, W, 38-31
Week 10: vs Georgia Tech, 12:30 p.m.
Week 11: vs. Liberty, TBA
Week 12: vs. Virginia Tech, TBA