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Canes look to stay on roll in Atlanta
.. A year later, Miami rolled at home. Fresh off a thrilling win at Florida State, the Canes welcomed the Yellow Jackets and returned the favor with 454 total yards against the Ramblin’ Wreck. However, the bigger story was a disciplined defense that held Tech to 95 rushing yards, throwing them completely off their game and putting ‘The U’ in the driver’s seat all night..
Game Ten : Miami 35, Georgia Tech 10
Miami brought their A game to the ATL on Saturday and rolled out with a convincing 35-10 win. Virginia Tech took down North Carolina, so next weekend’s match up with the Hokies isn’t do or die for the ACC crown, but it will be a great showdown between two of the conference’s best.
NCAA College Football Top 25 Teams – November 14th 2010
24. Miami Hurricanes (7-3) – Randy Shannon and the Hurricanes moved to 7-3 with a win over North Carolina. Freshman Stephan Moore threw for 230 yards and a touchdown in the win.
Canes beat Georgia Tech, 35-10
Miami trounced Georgia Tech in perhaps its most impressive win of the 2010 season on Saturday, 35-10. It was an all around solid effort by the Hurricanes, who appear to finally be gelling as a team.
How To Fix The Hurricanes
The Miami Hurricanes football program is broken. Long gone are the days of perennial top 5 rankings. Ushered in is an era of mediocrity, evidenced by their 28-25 divisional record since joining the ACC in 2004. After years of being told the program is headed in the right direction, 2010 serves as a step back.
Morris likely to make third start Saturday against Hokies
CORAL GABLES – It appears Hurricanes coach Randy Shannon won’t be forced to decide whether to start Jacory Harris or Stephen Morris in Saturday’s crucial game against Virginia Tech. Shannon said Sunday that the team is taking “baby steps” with Harris as he recovers from a concussion Oct. 30 at Virginia.
Miami Hurricanes Wreck Georgia Tech 35-10: Continue Rollercoaster Season
Hot and cold, up and down. That is the way this Hurricanes football season seems to be unfolding. One never knows which Miami team will show up from one week to the next.
Miami Hurricanes: Meet Sebastian
Miami’s mascot has been the ibis since 1926, when Miami’s yearbook was named “The Ibis.” The first instance of Sebastian making an appearance at a Miami football game was 1958 when then-student John Stormont dressed up in a homemade ibis suit.
Miami’s Bowl Possibilities Still Unclear
This weekend’s games will go a long way in determining the ACC’s bowl landscape. With just two weeks to play in the regular season, the `Canes postseason outlook is about as wide open as the running lanes created by Miami’s offensive line Saturday in Atlanta. Miami’s 35-10 blowout win over Georgia Tech on Saturday secured the Hurricanes’ spot as the clear cut No. 2 team in the ACC Coastal Division behind Virginia Tech with two weeks left to play in the regular season.
The University of Miami football team moved back into both major college football polls on Sunday
The Hurricanes are ranked No. 21 in the USA Today/Coaches Poll and No. 24 in the Associated Press Poll. Miami (7-3, 5-2 ACC) is coming off a convincing 35-10 win at Georgia Tech on Saturday. The `Canes put up over 500 yards of offense for the second straight week, led by wide receiver Leonard Hankerson’s 132-yards receiving against the Yellow Jackets.
Miami stops the option and stifle the Yellow Jackets
Miami defeated the Yellow Jackets on Saturday in a 35-10 blowout on the road. The Hurricanes had 507 total yards on offense including 277 rushing yards. Freshmen quarterback Stephen Morris exceptional for the second straight week connecting on 10 of his 18 passes for 230 yards and a touchdown.
Miami Hurricanes pound Georgia Tech, keep ACC hopes alive
Four Miami running backs scored touchdowns, receiver Leonard Hankerson joined the party with three catches for 132 yards and another touchdown, and the Hurricanes amassed a season-high 507 yards to dominate the Yellow Jackets 35-10 Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Yes, the Miami Hurricanes are now ranked 21 in the coaches poll. They also lost to the Noles this year. Still, they are not out of the ACC title chase yet.
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