CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Bronco Mendenhall viewed Virginia’s game against William & Mary as something of a measuring stick for how far the Cavaliers have come in his three-plus years as coach, and the way they took command quickly and never let up left him pleased.

“It reflects maturity and again, experience, and so I take that as a step in the right direction,” Mendenhall said after Bryce Perkins threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third and Virginia took an early 21-0 lead and drubbed the Tribe 52-17 on Friday night.

Letting up, even after leading 35-3 at halftime, was never an option, linebacker Jordan Mack said.

“We just keep playing the

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