Sprinkle Oil 1&2 College Football Scoreboard:Wake Forest HOT/North Carolina NOT!!!(#1 Clemson, minus QB Lawrence, slips BC/Looking at Locals with Alan Tisdale(Page HS) hot for VA Tech))

Finals from Saturday on the Sprinkle Oil 1&2 College Football Scoreboard….Sprinkle #1, with Tim Rich, at 2918 East Market Street, and Sprinkle Oil #2, with Chris Rich, at 1400 West Gate City Blvd….Full service oil changes done quick/complete and right before your very eyes…

Wake Forest 38, Syracuse 14
WFU(4-2)/Syracuse(1-6)…Kenneth Walker III, with 3 rushing TD’s for Wake Forest…

Virginia 44, North Carolina 41
UNC(4-2)/UVA(2-4)…UNC QB Sam Howell threw for 443 yards and 4 TD’s, while UVA QB Brennan Armstrong threw for over 200 yards and 3 TD’s…

Duke 53, Charlotte 19
Duke(2-5)/Charlotte(2-3)…Duke’s RB Mataeo Durant 104 yards and 2 rushing TD’s, plus RB Deon Jackson with 101 yards rushing and 2 TD’s…Isaiah Fisher-Smith(Page HS) blocked one punt and recovered a second, leading to 10 total points in the Duke Blue Devils’ 53-19 win over visiting Charlotte…..

Clemson 34, Boston College 28
Clemson(7-0)/BC(4-3)…Clemson backup QB D.J. Uiagalelei was 30-41, for 342 yards and 2 TD passes…

Virginia Tech 42, Louisville 35
VA Tech(4-2)/Louisville(2-5)…VA Tech QB Hendon Hooker(Dudley HS) goes a perfect 10-10 passing for 183 yards, plus Hendon had 68 yards rushing and 3 TD’s on the ground….Tre Turner(Northwest Guilford HS) with 4 receptions for 71 yards and Turner had 2 carries and he scored 1 rushing TD…Big day on defense for former Page HS linebacker Alan Tisdale, who had 9 Tackles, with 6 Solo Tackles, plus Tisdale had 2 1/2 Tackles for a Loss, and a QB Hurry and a Pass Deflection for the VA Tech Hokies’ defense…

Notre Dame 31, Georgia Tech 13
ND(6-0)/GA Tech(2-5)

Appalachian State 31, Louisiana-Monroe 13
APP State(4-1)/LA Monroe(0-7)…Thomas Hennigan(Northwest Guilford HS) with 2 receptions for 26 yards……

from Friday night:
Tulsa 34, East Carolina 30

By Bennett Conlin The (Charlottesville) Daily Progress
CHARLOTTESVILLE — UVa allowed North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell to throw for 443 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday night. That’s typically a recipe for disaster.

Instead, Brennan Armstrong and UVa rose to the occasion, not only taking part in a Saturday night shootout in Scott Stadium but also outdueling Howell and the 15th-ranked Tar Heels.

Flipping the script on its recent losses, Virginia (2-4 overall and ACC) topped the Tar Heels 44-41 thanks to big plays of its own and untimely UNC (4-2 overall and ACC) errors.

For the sixth consecutive game, Virginia’s opponent scored the first points of the contest. UNC needed just four plays to drive 75 yards for a touchdown. After a pair of short runs, UVa linebacker Nick Jackson burst through for a potential sack. Howell avoided the tackle, completing a pass for a first down.

One play later, he launched a 54-yard touchdown pass down the left sideline. Dyami Brown tracked the ball under the lights, corralling it and scoring. Just 85 seconds into the game, UNC led 7-0.

Stunningly, that marked an improvement from UVa’s 7-0 deficit last week against Miami. The Hurricanes needed just two plays and 28 seconds to take a 7-0 lead.

Much like last week, however, the Cavaliers answered.