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Miami Hurricanes QB Stephen Morris attempted a screen pass against North Carolina, but it bounced off an O-lineman's head and was intercepted.
BEST OF MAXIM
During a night filled with mistakes and injuries, Miami (6-0, 2-0) escaped with a victory against North Carolina (1-5, 0-3) in Chapel Hill Thursday night 27-23. Poor QB play by Stephen Morris and a last second desperation play almost did the Hurricanes in. Miami was exposed this evening but they are still on track for both the ACC and National Championships.
In replacing Duke Johnson...
Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden confirmed Friday that wide receiver Phillip Dorsett will miss at least a month with a partially torn MCL, reports the Miami Herald. Dorsett injured his right knee in the first quarter of Thursday's win over North Carolina. A partial tear of the MCL is actually good news compared to what the team feared. After the game, Dorsett was seen...
Miami leading rusher Duke Johnson and receiver Phillip Dorsett left the 10th-ranked Hurricanes' game Thursday night at North Carolina in the first quarter because of injuries.
Both players were ruled out for the rest of the game before halftime.
Johnson broke free for a 59-yard run and had 83 yards on eight carries before heading to the locker room with an undisclosed injury...
Chapel Hill–The Miami Hurricanes are trailing at the half for the first time all season, 13-17 as North Carolina’s two-quarterback system is working to perfection along with extraordinary tight end Eric Ebron. The Tar Heels’ big time tight end caught six passes for 144 yards and a touchdown and was key on several first down pick ups for the Heels. Miami’s defense did...
Dallas Crawford turned in a big performance in relief of Miami's star runner to keep the No. 10 Hurricanes unbeaten.
Crawford had a 3-yard touchdown with 16 seconds left to give Miami a 27-23 victory over North Carolina on Thursday night.
Crawford's short score ended a 90-yard drive by the Hurricanes (6-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who lost top rusher Duke Johnson...
The Miami Hurricanes blocked a North Carolina field goal attempt, which Gus Edwards returned for a touchdown.
Miami (FL) may not have played its best game of the season, but the Hurricanes will survive another week undefeated after edging North Carolina on ‘Zero Dark Thursday’ in Chapel Hill. The Canes scored on a 90-yard drive late in the fourth quarter to take the lead, 27-23, on a 3-yard touchdown run by Dallas Crawford. The Tar Heels responded quickly, driving down to Miami’s 28...
The Miami Hurricanes have plans to "Light Up The Darkness" on Thursday against North Carolina, while the Tar Heels have coined the day "Zero Dark Thursday."
Miami Hurricanes vs. North Carolina Tar Heels football preview and predictions. Who wins this Thursday night ACC showdown?
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- "Tom Brady. Tom Brady."
Those were the words Miami offensive coordinator James Coley kept saying to his senior quarterback, Stephen Morris, as he prepared to take the field for Miami's last chance at staying undefeated.
Weird, right? After all, Morris had looked nothing like Tom Brady through much of Thursday night's game at North Carolina....
Miami Hurricanes coach Jim Larranaga hopped into a photobooth, put on some funny glasses, and dominated the 2013 ACC Media Days.
This was just like the Thursday night game versus Florida State in 2009.
Four years ago UNC led most of that game but the Seminoles ultimately rallied to claim a three point win. In similar fashion, the Heels held the lead and nominal control of the game but a series of costly errors sprinkled throughout the contest plus settling for field goals on multiple possessions...