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Date Opponent Location Time (ET) Results Media
  Mon, Sep 01  Louisville * Louisville, Ky.   8 p.m.

 

L 13 - 31
     

ESPN  
  Sat, Sep 06  Florida A&M Miami Gardens, Fla.   7 p.m.

 

W 41 - 17

ESPN3  
  Sat, Sep 13  Arkansas State Miami Gardens, Fla.   3:30 p.m.
W 41 -20
ESPNU  
  Sat, Sep 20  Nebraska Lincoln, Neb.   8 p.m. L 31 - 41
ABC/ESPN/ESPN2  
  Sat, Sep 27  Duke * Miami Gardens, Fla.   7:30 p.m.  W 24 - 10
ESPN2 
  Sat, Oct 04  Georgia Tech * Atlanta, Ga.   7:30 p.m.  L 17 - 28
ESPN2 
Family Weekend
  Sat, Oct 11  Cincinnati Miami Gardens, Fla.   12:00 p.m.  W 55 - 34
 
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  Thu, Oct 23  Virginia Tech * Blacksburg, Va.   7:30 p.m. W 30 - 6
ESPN  
Homecoming
  Sat, Nov 01  North Carolina * Miami Gardens, Fla.   12:30 p.m.  W 47 - 20
ACC Network 
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  Sat, Nov 15  Florida State * Miami Gardens, Fla.   8:00 p.m.  L 26 - 30
ABC 
  Sat, Nov 22  Virginia * Charlottesville, Va.   7:00 p.m. 
ESPN2 
  Sat, Nov 29  Pittsburgh * Miami Gardens, Fla.   TBA
 
* Conference Games




Saturday, November 15
Miami Falls In Heartbreaker, 30-26

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) - Dalvin Cook ran for two scores, including the go-ahead touchdown with 3:05 remaining and the second-ranked Seminoles (10-0, 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 3 CFP) rallied from 16 points down to beat Miami 30-26 on Saturday night.

Jameis Winston completed 25 of 42 passes for 304 yards for the Seminoles, who clinched the ACC's Atlantic Division title earlier in the day when Clemson lost.

 

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SCORING SUMMARY
1st Quarter
TD Brad Kaaya 27 yd pass
TD Duke Johnson 1 yd run
2nd Quarter
FG Michael Badgley 45 yd FG
TD Dalvin Cook 44 yd run
TD Brad Kaaya 61 yd pass
FG Robert Aguayo 37 yd FG
3rd Quarter
TD Jameis Winston 11 yd pass
4th Quarter
TD Robert Aguayo 43 yd FG
TD Michael Badgley 46 yd FG
TD Robert Aguayo 53 yd FG
TD Dalvin Cook 26 yd run
 
TEAM STATS
 
20 1st Downs 19
418 Total Yards 492
304 Passing 316
114 Rushing 176
2-15 Penalties 5-51
3 Turnovers 3
24:23 Possession 35:37
 
INDIVIDUAL STATS
Passing
  PLAYER C/ATT YDS TD INT
Kaaya 16/34 316 2 1
Winston 25/42 304 1 1
Rushing
  PLAYER CAR YDS AVG TD
Johnson 27 130 4.8 1
Cook 7 92 13.1 2
Receiving
  PLAYER REC YDS AVG TD
Walford 4 127 31.8 1
Rudolph 4 65 16.3 0
 

 

They were down 16-0 and 23-7 before outscoring the Hurricanes 23-3 in the final 2 1/2 quarters.

Brad Kaaya threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns for Miami, which got to the Florida State 43 on their final drive but fell short when Jalen Ramsey intercepted a fourth-down pass with 39 seconds left.

Duke Johnson rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown for the Hurricanes (6-4, 3-3), who were eliminated from the ACC's Coastal race. Phillip Dorsett and Clive Walford caught scoring passes for Miami.

They all got what they came to see: another Miami-FSU classic.

''That's what this game should be like,'' Miami coach Al Golden said. ''This game should be like this every year.''

Down 13 at the half, Florida State got a huge break to get the comeback rolling.

Facing a third down at the Miami 11, Winston dropped back and had his throw deflected by the Hurricanes' Tyriq McCord, whose hand sent the ball flying high into the night.

Karlos Williams caught the carom in stride, waltzed into the end zone and just like that it was a one-possession game, Miami's lead down to 23-17.

The Hurricanes rolled up 320 yards in the first half, then got just about nothing going after halftime, with two punts and a fumble on their first three possessions after returning from the locker room.

Meanwhile, Florida State chipped away. Aguyao connected from 37 to get the Seminoles within three, and after Michael Badgley tacked a field goal on for Miami, Aguayo answered again with a 53-yarder.

Cook's go-ahead run came with 3:05 left, the first and only time FSU would lead all night.

Trouble signs were there early for Florida State, which punted twice in the game's first three minutes. Then again, early issues are commonplace for the Seminoles, who have faced second-quarter deficits in seven of their last eight games.

Kaaya found Dorsett with a perfect 27-yard strike that opened the scoring, Johnson got in from a yard out late in the first and Badgley's field goal on the next Hurricane possession pushed the lead to 16-0. It was Miami's biggest lead over Florida State since 2003.



 

 



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@ Virginia Cavaliers

Time: 7:00PM EST

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Monday, November 17
Standings

Coastal Division
Georgia Tech (17) 6-2 9-2 
Duke (25) 4-2 8-2 
Miami (FL) 3-3 6-4 
North Carolina 3-3 5-5 
Virginia 2-4 4-6 
Pittsburgh 2-4 4-6 
Virginia Tech 2-4 5-5


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