Receiver Braxton Berrios (‘14-’17) caught six passes for 75 yards and a touchdown, tight end Chris Herndon (‘14-’17) caught a pass for five yards and the ageless running back Frank Gore (‘01-’05) led New York with 63 yards on 21 carries.
After a dominant 47-34 win over the ranked Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium, the Miami Hurricanes moved up five spots to No. 12 in the AP Top 25 poll.
The Miami Hurricanes scored early and often Saturday to defeat the Louisville Cardinals at Cardinal Stadium 47-34. The game was largely out of doubt by the end of the third quarter, but parts of the contest had fans feeling anxious and frustrated.
Whatever doubt there was surrounding the abilities of the Miami Hurricanes football team heading into Louisville has undoubtedly been eliminated.
In the first ranked meeting between two ACC teams this season, the No. 17 Miami Hurricanes travel to Louisville, Kentucky to face the No. 18 Louisville Cardinals.
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After defeating UAB last Thursday, the Hurricanes are ranked No. 17 in the AP Top 25 college football poll, the team’s highest ranking since 2018.
From watching the game on television, it looked like a normal football game was being played, but there was nothing normal about Miami’s Thursday night matchup against the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The Miami Hurricanes were prolific for swaths of Thursday’s season-opening win over the Alabama-Birmingham Blazers at Hard Rock Stadium.
The redshirt senior quarterback accounted for 141 passing yards and 83 rushing yards, with one passing touchdown and one rushing touchdown. In doing so, he kept alive his FBS record streak of 16 consecutive games with both a passing and rushing touchdown.