Found November 07, 2012 on Lambeth Field:
Well, we got the monkey off our back last week. Now their is a small glimmer of hope back in all the Hoos in Hooville, although it is going to take a massive effort over the next 3 weeks to have a shot at a bowl game. What we saw was everything we had hoped for all season: pressure on the quarterback from the defensive line to open up the secondary to take allow the secondary to make plays, a running game outside the tackles to make plays that let the offense run the play action for big plays, and special teams that don’t shoot themselves in the foot all the time. Now we have to do it 3 more times, starting with Miami. History with Miami It is not not as storied as our previous opponents, but the abbreviated history with the Hurricanes have made for some great memories. The Hoos are 4-5 versus the Canes and it all started in 1996 when we faced Miami in the Carquest Bowl, which Virginia lost 31-21. It took a few years but the Cavs broke through with their first win in 2006 when Vir...

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Miami is 10th in the ACC in scoring defense and dead last in total defense. The Hurricanes are eighth in interceptions, 11th in sacks, ninth in first downs, last in first downs allowed and ninth in opponents 3rd-down conversion rate. Yet, if they can pull off wins at Virginia this weekend and Duke two days after Thanksgiving, they will win the Coastal Division and play for the ACC...

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