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. He was wildly inaccurate and he threw four interceptions. It got so bad that former Hurricane Jonathan Vilma even tweeted that Miami needed to stop calling pass plays.
And Miami didn't look much like the No. 10 team in the country, either.
Ultimately, though, both Morris and his team were able to do what good teams do: win games they have no business winning.
Morris didn't have to do much on the final drive anyway. It was 13 plays and running backs Dallas Crawford and Eduardo Clements combined for 56 yards on 10 carries, including the go-ahead touchdown by Crawford with 16 seconds left.
Morris wasn't asked to throw until the...