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Gallery: Miami vs Nebraska Game Weekend

The Hurricanes took on the Nebraska Cornhuskers Saturday afternoon, ending with a Cane victory. Below is a photo recap of the weekend:

The Pep Rally for the UM vs Nebraska game opens up with a Canes Spell-out from the UM cheerleaders and a guest speaker, former football player DJ Williams. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

The Pep Rally for the UM vs Nebraska game opens up with a Canes Spell-out from the UM cheerleaders and a guest speaker, former football player DJ Williams. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

Due to inclement weather, the Nebraska Pep Rally was moved into the Shalala Student Center Thursday. Students formed lines up the stairs to get free t-shirts for the upcoming football game. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

Due to inclement weather, the Nebraska Pep Rally was moved into the Shalala Student Center Thursday. Students formed lines up the stairs to get free T-shirts for the upcoming football game. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

Free t-shirts were given out at the Pep Rally in preparation for Saturday's big game against Nebraska. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

Free T-shirts were given out at the Pep Rally in preparation for Saturday’s big game against Nebraska. Kawan Amelung // Contributing Photographer

UM students watch as the Canes take on the Cornhuskers at Sun Life Stadium. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

UM students watch as the Canes take on the Cornhuskers at Sun Life Stadium. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Running Back Joseph Yearby (2) scores a touchdown during the third quarter of Saturday's game against Nebraska. The Canes won 36-33, making up for last year's defeat in Lincoln, Nebraska. Matthew Trabold // Staff Photographer

Running back Joseph Yearby (2) scores a touchdown during the third quarter of Saturday’s game against Nebraska. The Canes won 36-33, making up for last year’s defeat in Lincoln, Nebraska. Matthew Trabold // Staff Photographer

UM students cheer on the Canes during Saturday's game. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

UM students cheer on the Canes during Saturday’s game. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Rashawn Scott (11) celebrates during the game against Nebraska. Scott finished the game with 151 receiving yards. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Rashawn Scott (11) celebrates during the game against Nebraska. Scott finished the game with 151 receiving yards. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Quarter Back Brad Kaaya (15) sets up the offense while the Canes march down the field against Nebraska. Joshua Gruber // Contributing Photographer

Quarterback Brad Kaaya (15) sets up the offense while the Canes march down the field against Nebraska. Joshua Gruber // Contributing Photographer

Sebastian puts on his game face while cheering on the Canes. Joshua Gruber // Contributing Photographer

Sebastian puts on his game face while cheering on the Canes. Joshua Gruber // Contributing Photographer

Tracy Howard (3) takes a knee after seeing Nebraska take over the fourth quarter of the game. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Tracy Howard (3) takes a knee after seeing Nebraska take over the fourth quarter of the game. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

The Canes storm the field after their overtime win against Nebraska. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

The Canes storm the field after their overtime win against Nebraska. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

September 20, 2015

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