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'Sad UVA fan' may have lost the game, but won the Internet

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Oh the internet, what a fascinating place. It seems like nowadays, anyone can become an internet sensation, simply by engaging in one buzzworthy act.

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The "Sad UVA Fan" went viral after Saturday night's "heart-wrenching defeat," when Norte Dame scored the game-winning touchdown against the University of Virginia.



This laugh-worthy moment started out as a simple camera shot, and has since evolved into so much more. The Twitter account, @SadVirginiaFan, has been an instant hit since its inception on Saturday night.

Here's a Vine video of the notorious moment, just in case you missed the game:



Here are some of the 'memes' that the Twitter account and hashtag has produced so far:



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'Sad UVA fan' may have lost the game, but won the Internet

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48. Todd Gurley, RB, St. Louis

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47. Brandin Cooks, WR, New Orleans

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43. Julian Edelman, WR, New England

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38. Peyton Manning, QB, Denver

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36. Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle

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