Jordan Ellis ran for a touchdown and Virginia kept No. 16 Miami's high-powered offense from ever getting going in a 19-13 victory Saturday night.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- UNC, NC State, Va. Tech called due to Florence
- Schools in Carolinas, Virginia monitoring Florence
- Mayfield opens, closes awards night with wins
- Virginia LB Kiser wins Campbell trophy
Freshman Ricky Person ran for a season-high 108 yards while receivers Kelvin Harmon and Emeka Emezie had big days to help North Carolina State beat Virginia 35-21 on Saturday in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
ACC's 2018 Football Legends Class includes former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden, former Duke coach Steve Spurrier, Miami defensive back Ed Reed, Syracuse quarterback Don McPherson, Boston College defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka, Pitt offensive lineman Mark May, Clemson safety Brian Dawkins, Virginia wide receiver Herman Moore, Georgia Tech quarterback Joshua Nesbitt, Louisville offensive tackle Roman Oben, NC State defensive lineman Mario Williams, North Carolina guard Ron Rusnak, Virginia Tech wide receiver Eddie Royal and Wake Forest center Steve Justice.
Bryce Perkins threw for 197 and two touchdowns and ran for another 78 yards and a score, twice hurdling opposing defenders, as Virginia opened ACC play with a convincing 27-3 win over Louisville on Saturday.
Jordan Ellis rushed for three touchdowns as part of a 38-point first half for Virginia as the Cavaliers beat Ohio 45-31 Saturday in a game played at Vanderbilt Stadium due to Hurricane Florence.
The UCF-UNC, WVU-NC State, ECU-Va. Tech football games are among those cancelled due to Hurricane Florence, while the B.C.-Wake Forest kickoff has been moved up Thursday.