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PLAYERS: Tyler Boyd
      The last time the Pitt beat the Miami Hurricanes their freshman standout receiver Tyler Boyd was four years old. In 1997, the Panthers upset then No. 21 Miami 21-17. It's now been eight straight games the Hurricanes have prevailed over the Panthers beating them today 41-31. The National Anthem was still echoing at Heinz Field, and the Hurr...

Pitt loses WR Kevin Weatherspoon in loss to Miami

The Pitt panthers had been struggling well into the second quarter to stop Miami’s big play scores. While mounting a sustained drive and down 24-7, Pitt quarterback Tom Savage completed a pass to wide receiver Kevin Weatherspoon on a crossing pattern that was good for 13 yds. and a first down at the Miami 38 yd line. As Weatherspoon was tackled from behind, the Hurricane player...

Miami vs. Pittsburgh: Stacy Coley has a coming out party

If you are tuned to the Pittsburgh vs. Miami game, you’re being treated to a 31-10 blowout, with the Miami speed and athleticism just far outweighing that of Pittsburgh. Hurricanes Freshman WR Stacy Coley has really impressed, with 2 catches for 66 yards- both touchdowns. In addition, Coley also took an end-around 73 yards (officially) […]

Miami Hurricanes Football: Canes blow past Pitt 41-31

PITTSBURGH – There was a 49-degree difference between last weeks 45-26 win over Virginia at SunLife Stadium and Friday’s game at Heinz Field against Pitt. But the Miami Hurricanes (9-3 – 5-3) didn’t cool off with the temperature. The Canes struck for 476 total yards in a 41-31 win over the Pittsburgh (6-6 – 3-4) in the regular season finale. It would take just three plays...

Open Thread: Miami-Pitt

If you aren’t a little dazed and groggy this morning — whether by binge eating/drinking or shopping — then you may have done our present iteration of Thanksgiving wrong. Needless to say, I’m keeping it simple this morning. Setting the open thread with media run-through. It’s going to be cold but sunny. I don’t think the temperatures will make anything but the smallest...

Positives and Negatives: Miami

When you spot a good opponent 14 points and you miss an easy FG, you won’t win many games. Those mistakes gave Miami a 17 point cushion and the final was only a 10 point difference. It’d be infuriating if it wasn’t so common. For some reason, this program likes to start games slow then try to crawl back. Unfortunately, they just aren’t good enough to do that. Maybe in a year...
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