Miami vs Duke

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In late October 2015, Miami had just made its decision to relieve Al Golden of his duties, and Larry Scott was named interim coach. The Hurricanes arrived in Durham for a Coastal Division battle with then-No. 22-ranked Duke, and finished off the Blue Devils with one of the most absurd finishes to a win in program history.

A wild fourth quarter was apparently over when Thomas Sirk scored on a touchdown run with six seconds remaining to put Duke up 27-24, but then Corn Elderturned into the star — and current star running back Mark Walton would play a role — in an eight-lateral kickoff return touchdown that took nearly a minute in real time from kickoff to the game-winning score.

Miami: How Miami defends Daniel Jones. Miami’s defensive front is one of the best in the ACC, but a big part of Toledo’s success on offense in the 52-30 result was the play on the backside of that Hurricanes defense. Miami’s secondary entered the season with question marks because of inexperience, and the two weeks off because of Hurricane Irma means even less live reps for that group heading into conference play. Duke quarterback Daniel Jones is going to put a lot of stress on the cornerbacks and safeties with his ability to extend plays with his legs and connect with a talented group of receivers, so it will take a full team effort (pass rush up front and disciplined play on the back end) to prevent big plays.

Duke: Stopping the run. The Blue Devils have gotten great play from its defensive line this season and done a great job statistically against the run, ranking No. 4 nationally in yards per carry allowed (2.33) and No. 2 in rushing defense (65.25 yards per game), but Miami is a significant upgrade in competition when it comes to defending the run. Mark Walton is coming off a 200-yard performance against Toledo and sophomore running back Travis Homer had a strong showing as the complimentary back in the rotation. These two are a dynamic duo that have to be contained for Duke to have a shot at the upset win.

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