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Three takeaways from Miami-Virginia game
Commentary, Football, Sports

Three takeaways from Miami-Virginia game

The Hurricanes kept their ACC Coastal hopes alive with a 27-21 win over the Virginia Cavaliers at Sun Life Stadium. As the group turns its focus to the North Carolina Tar Heels next week, here are three takeaways from Saturday’s game. Redshirt freshman tight end David Njoku is a playmaker Just by looking at Njoku,…

Hurricanes get much-needed win against Blue Devils
Commentary, Sports

Hurricanes get much-needed win against Blue Devils

There are plenty of ways to describe the ending of the Hurricanes game against the blue devils on Halloween night, but perhaps the best description is simply: wow. Miami won dramatically when the Canes received a kickoff down 27-24, and they were able to find the end zone as time expiered after throwing eight laterals…

Four keys to beating Duke
Football, Sports

Four keys to beating Duke

1. Contain Thomas Sirk Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk, once a goal line only option, has evolved into the focal point of the Blue Devil offense. He does it all for Duke, leading the team in both passing and rushing yards. Standing at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, the junior is accurate through the air and a bruiser…

Five thoughts on Saturday’s Miami-Clemson matchup
Football, Sports

Five thoughts on Saturday’s Miami-Clemson matchup

The Miami Hurricanes (4-2, 1-1) welcome the No. 6 Clemson Tigers (6-0, 3-0) and their dynamic offense to Sun Life Stadium Saturday afternoon. The matchup will be the biggest home game of the season for Miami, and is also the highest ranked opponent the Canes have faced since No. 2 Florida State last season. Clemson…

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