Originally written on CaneInsider  |  Last updated 11/16/13
For the first time in almost 40 years, the Miami Hurricanes have lost to the Duke Blue Devils, 48-30. Neither team played stout defense as there was over 1,000 yards of combined offense between the two teams. Duke had over 300 rushing yards, making it the second time this season Miami has given up more than 300 yards rushing (GT).  Miami falls to 3-3 in the ACC and 7-3 over all. Duke moves to 4-2, 8-2. The Blue Devils haven’t beaten two ranked teams in the same season since 1971. The loss is particularly hurtful for Miami as Maryland beat Virginia Tech earlier Saturday, 27-24 in overtime. A ‘Canes win and Miami would have once again controlled their own destiny in the ACC Coastal Division. Miami has lost three games in a row. They lost three games in a row last season as well;  falling to Notre Dame, North Carolina and FSU in the month of October. Stacy Coley left the game in the first half and didn’t return after being checked for a concussion. Artie Burns left the game with an ankle injury. With a loss, Miami has almost assured itself of not being included in the ACC Championship game in Charlotte. Next up for Miami, the Virginia Cavaliers, who had a bye week this week. Virginia is 0-6 in the ACC and 2-8 overall. Kickoff against the Wahoos is set for Noon at Sun Life Stadium. The post Miami Hurricanes Football: Canes Lose to Duke for the First Time Since 1976 appeared first on CaneInsider | Miami Hurricanes Athletics and Recruiting.
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