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With a chance to prove everyone wrong, No. 7 Miami passed on its first opportunity Saturday night against No. 3 Florida State in front of a record crowd of 84,409 at Doak Campbell Stadium.
Instead of making a statement with an opening offensive drive, the seventh-ranked Hurricanes won the coin toss and deferred to the second half.
Florida State (8-0, 6-0 ACC) marched down the field for 72 yards on 13 plays in 5:44 en route to its first score in a 41-14 primetime victory.
Miami (7-1, 3-1 ACC), which had its nine-game win streak snapped, has now lost four in a row to the instate rival Seminoles.
Sophomore running back Duke Johnson, who finished with 97 yards on 23 carries, exited the game late in the third with a right ankle injury and wascarted off to the locker room.
The Associated Press reported immediately after the game that Johnson was in a cast, but the extent of his injury was not known.
If the Atlantic Coast Conference standings remain the same, this won't be the last ...
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University of Miami sophomore running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a fractured right ankle, a team official confirmed prior to head coach Al Golden's teleconference Sunday afternoon.
Golden said Johnson will have surgery this week.
"I feel badly for the young man, for any of these young people that get injured," Golden said. "Phillip...
CaneInsider has learned from a source close to the player that Miami Hurricane running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the football season with an ankle injury. The severity of the injury is unknown, however, a source confirms to CaneINsider that Johnson will be ‘out for the season.’ The injury was suffered during the Miami Hurricanes Saturday November 2nd contest...
The Miami Hurricanes took to the practice field today for walk throughs preparing for Virginia Tech minus their best offensive weapon, Duke Johnson. Head coach Al Golden says that Johnson is set to have surgery at an moment.
“If the doctor likes where the swelling is at, he’s going to do surgery that day. Could it be today? Yes,” says Golden when asked about a time...
Falling from the ranks of the unbeaten wasn’t the only bad news for the Miami Hurricanes this weekend, as reports now suggest that running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a broken right ankle. Johnson left the game during the third quarter and will need surgery according to a report from the Miami Herald:
Johnson was hurt during the seventh-ranked Hurricanes’...
Miami running back Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season with a broken right ankle, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.
Johnson was hurt during the seventh-ranked Hurricanes' 41-14 loss at No. 3 Florida State on Saturday night. X-rays were taken before the team left Tallahassee, Fla. and it was determined that Johnson will need surgery...
The game of the week is currently under way in Tallahassee, as the Florida State Seminoles lead Miami 21-7 in the second quarter. Miami fans thought that they were just about to tie things up on the last drive (when it was still 14-7) as Duke Johnson appeared to break free headed toward the endzone — unfortunately for the Hurricanes, the referees had already blown the play dead...
Duke Johnson, Miami's sophomore running back, injured his ankle during the Hurricanes' game against the Florida State Seminoles.
Miami Hurricanes star running back Duke Johnson left Saturday’s 42-14 loss to Florida State with a leg injury after being stuffed on a fourth down play in the fourth quarter. The word is that he has a broken ankle and the injury will end his season. Miami Herald Hurricanes reporter Susan Miller Degnan first reported […]
A rough night has gotten a lot worse for the Miami Hurricanes. After seeing running back Duke Johnson carted off the field the team went on to lose to the Florida State Seminoles 41-14. Now they are hearing that they will have to play without Johnson for the rest of the season due to a broken ankle.
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On fourth and two late in the game and down 35-14...
The Miami Hurricanes have lost star running back Duke Johnson for the year after he broke his ankle against the Florida State Seminoles.
Miami running back Duke Johnson left Saturday’s game against Florida State with an injury that was determined to be a broken ankle. He will miss the rest of the season.
Fantasy Outlook: Johnson is a dynamic player and will be missed by all fantasy owners. He was lightning in a bottle for the Hurricanes and as he could turn any play into a home run. The good news is that sophomore...
It comes as no surprise that Miami lost to Florida State on Saturday night. After all, they were a three touchdown underdog. But how they lost is what makes this one so bad. After leading by just 7 at halftime, Florida State began to pull away in the 3rd quarter. As if things weren't bad enough for Miami, Duke Johnson, who had 97 yards rushing, went down late in the third quarter...
There's one way to stop the Florida State offense from reaching its average of 52.6 points per game - keep quarterback Jameis Winston and company on the sidelines.
That's the goal for No. 7 Miami when the Hurricanes travel to Tallahassee for a showdown with the third-ranked Seminoles on Saturday.
Most of that responsibility will fall on the shoulders of running back Duke...
The Hurricanes returned to practice Monday following their blowout loss at Florida State. Read on to see what Al Golden is saying about Duke Johnson, Stephen Morris, mental errors, Virginia Tech, and more.