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Virginia Tech 49, Boston College 0: By the Numbers

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49: The number of points allowed by Boston College - the most since November 25, 2000 - a 52-6 loss to Miami (FL) on the road.

49: Boston College’s margin of defeat - the heaviest margin of defeat since a 54-0 loss to Ole Miss in 1950

0: Boston College was shut out for the third time in the last 9 ACC games. BC had not been shut out since 2010 prior to this stretch.

13: Punts in the game by BC P/K Mike Knoll, the most punts ever by a Boston College player in a single game.

10: Number of tackles by DE Kevin Kavalec, a career high.

44: Total rushing yards by Boston College.

2010: The last time Virginia Tech scored 7 touchdowns in an ACC game - a 52-21 win over Wake Forest

5: Touchdown passes by Jerod Evans, tying a single-game Virginia Tech record

253: Passing yards for Jerod Evans

659: Days since Boston College’s last ACC football win, a 28-7 victory over Syracuse on November 29, 2014.

2.2: Average gain per play for Boston College on offense

4.5: Average gain per attempt just in rushing plays alone by Virginia Tech

35:15: Time of possession for Virginia Tech.

2: Passing touchdowns by BC in ACC play since the start of last season

5-for-5: Virginia Tech’s touchdowns per red zone attempt.

0: Trips in to the red zone for BC.