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Miami vs Virginia Live Blog

Miami (2-3, 0-2) looks to get its first ACC win against Virginia (4-1, 2-0) Friday night.

Follow along with our live scoring summary below:

Miami held onto their lead and added another touchdown late in the fourth quarter, defeating Virginia 17-9. N’Kosi Perry had 182 passing yards with one passing touchdown, one running touchdown and no interceptions. This is Miami’s first ACC win of the season.

Final update: Miami 17, Virginia 9

Fourth quarter (2:31): Miami 17, Virginia 9: N’Kosi Perry scores on a three-yard touchdown run.

Fourth quarter (7:39): Miami 10, Virginia 9: Brian Delaney makes a 44-yard field goal.

Fourth quarter (10:06): Miami 10, Virginia 6: Turner Davidson makes a 19-yard field goal.

Third quarter (14:28): Miami 7, Virginia 6: Brian Delaney makes a 21-yard field goal.

Halftime update:

After getting on the board early in the first quarter, Miami’s offense has been pretty stagnant. Quarterback N’Kosi Perry has thrown for 61 yards and one touchdown. Despite heading into halftime with the lead, Miami has only generated 98 total yards of offense while the Cavaliers have 176 yards. Since the touchdown, every Miami drive has ended in a punt. Striker Romeo Finley leads the defense with five tackles, while defensive lineman Greg Rousseau and linebacker Shaq Quarterman have four tackles each.

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Photo credit: Josh Halper

Second quarter (00:00): Miami 7, Virginia 3: Brian Delaney makes a 25-yard field goal.

First quarter (8:55): Miami 7, Virginia 0: DeeJay Dallas scores on a 17-yard touchdown pass from N’Kosi Perry.

October 11, 2019

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Isabella Didio


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