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Kushel: Weak ACC gives Canes chance
Football

Kushel: Weak ACC gives Canes chance

For the last three seasons, they have had the same record heading into week three: 1-1. This year, though, instead of coming off an embarrassing loss to Oklahoma, the Miami Hurricanes are coming off a week during which they played a respectable away game against the No. 5 Florida Gators.

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Patel: Let the healing begin

It’s been painful to be a Hurricanes football fan over the past three years. As seniors will be able to tell you, it all seems like a bad dream – going 12-13 over the last two seasons, watching the Gators win a national championship and dropping two of three to the Seminoles. But that was…

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FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Showdown in The Swamp

Bragging rights will be at stake Saturday evening as the Miami Hurricanes (1-0) will travel to a hostile environment in Gainesville, Fla., to face the No. 5 Florida Gators (1-0) in one of the nation’s most anticipated games of the season.

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