Miami (FL) Hurricanes

Miami (FL) Hurricanes

Miami (FL) Hurricanes

5-3 (2-2), 3rd Atlantic Coast - Coastal Division

 Last Game
Oct 23, 2014 at Virginia Tech, W 30-6 
 
 Next Game
North Carolina Tar Heels Nov 1, 2014 North Carolina, 12:30 pm 
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Last Meeting: Oct 17, 2013, W 27-23 
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Critical time has come for Carolina and Miami

Critical time has come for Carolina and Miami
TIM REYNOLDS (AP Sports Writer), Oct 31, 2014
Miami coach Al Golden tends to call the Atlantic Coast Conference portion of the schedule ''the tournament.'' And the elimination rounds might have arrived. Miami and North Carolina are squarely in the middle of it all, both starting this weekend one game in the loss column out of first place, one game in the loss column out of last - and knowing that what happens in their game Saturday will probably either lift or doom their respective title hopes. ''North Carolina is the most important game because it's the next one. We can't worry about anything else.'' Miami (5-3, 2-2) and North Carolina (4-4, 2-2) start the weekend a half-game behind Duke in the Coastal. ...More
 • KellyTough: Hurricanes set to honor former QB - Oct 30 (The Associated Press)
 • Miami expecting to be without LT Ereck Flowers - Oct 28 (The Associated Press)
 • Miami manhandles Virginia Tech, 30-6 - Oct 24 (The Associated Press)
 • Hokies, Hurricanes seek Thursday night magic - Oct 22 (The Associated Press)
 • Dorsett on a record pace for Hurricanes - Oct 21 (The Associated Press)
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Miami (FL) Team Report

Miami (FL) Team Report Oct 26, 2014

Miami looked so dominant in dismantling host Virginia Tech that the Hurricanes might be the flavor of the week in the Atlantic Coast Conference's Coastal Division.

But in that division, it usually changes weekly.

Duke is the lone one-loss team in league play in the Coastal Division, but the Blue Devils stayed in the background with an open week on the schedule. Yet it's so cluttered in the division that every team except Virginia Tech basically controls its own destiny entering November.

The best bet might be to wait for the results the next week or two before trying to decipher too many scenarios.

The power in the ACC continues to rest in the Atlantic Division with Florida State, Clemson and Louisville.

With that, unbeaten Florida State can just ...More

 
 
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 Scores & Schedule - All postseason broadcasts are subject to availability
 Date Opponent Time/Result Audio/Video
 Mon, Sep 1 at Louisville L 13-31 --
 Sat, Sep 6 Florida A&M W 41-7 --
 Sat, Sep 13 Arkansas State W 41-20 --
 Sat, Sep 20 at (24) Nebraska L 31-41 --
 Sat, Sep 27 Duke W 22-10 --
 Sat, Oct 4 at Georgia Tech L 17-28 --
 Sat, Oct 11 Cincinnati W 55-34 --
 Thu, Oct 23 at Virginia Tech W 30-6 --
 Sat, Nov 1 North Carolina 12:30 pm --
 Sat, Nov 15 (2) Florida State TBA --
 Sat, Nov 22 at Virginia TBA --
 Sat, Nov 29 Pittsburgh TBA --
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 Florida State (2) 5-0  8-0 
 Clemson (22) 5-1  6-2 
 Louisville 4-3  6-3 
 Boston College 2-2  5-3 
 Syracuse 1-3  3-5 
 North Carolina State 0-4  4-4 
 Wake Forest 0-4  2-6 
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 Duke (24) 2-1  6-1 
 Georgia Tech 3-2  6-2 
 North Carolina 2-2  4-4 
 Virginia 2-2  4-4 
 Miami (FL) 2-2  5-3 
 Pittsburgh 2-2  4-4 
 Virginia Tech 1-3  4-4 
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 Team Stats
  TDs Yds PassYds RushYds
 Offense31 429.8 242.4 187.4
 Defense19 319.3 171.6 147.6