No. 11 Miami holds off Virginia 19-14, moves to 5-1
11 Miami outlasted Virginia 19-14 on Saturday night. Harley's big night for Miami (5-1, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) started with a 43-yard touchdown grab on the Hurricanes’ second play from scrimmage. Don Chaney had a 1-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth for Miami. Points had been a rare commodity the past two Miami vs. Virginia games — the Cavaliers winning one 16-13, the Hurricanes winning the other 17-9 — and this one followed suit. Virginia, however, was out of time-outs at that point and Miami punted the ball away with only 23 seconds left.
Who’s Boss? No. 1 Clemson powers past No. 7 Miami 42-17
Miami entered as the ACC leader in offense at 499 yards a game. Potter out for a 61-yard field field with 3 seconds remaining. Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott said Lawrence had the wind knocked out of him and his quick return uplifted the Tigers. Lawrence ended with 292 yards, completing 29 of 41 and went without an interception for a 12th straight game. Clemson: The Tigers have been in four of the last five matchups of Top-10 ACC teams — and won them all.
Miami beats No. 20 Virginia 17-9
Pat Bethel blocked a field goal for Miami and K.J. The others ended on downs, a fumble and the blocked field goal in the second quarter. Two-year starter Bubba Baxa missed a critical extra point that would have given Miami a late lead last week against Virginia Tech. Davidson last kicked in a game Nov. 11, 2016 -- making a field goal for San Antonio's Ronald Reagan High. Davidson was 2 for 2 on extra points Friday and made his lone field goal attempt.