No. 3 Miami Avoids Trap Game, Downs Virginia

Hurricanes remain perfect by beating Virginia

Virginia at Miami score: No. 3 Hurricanes survive legit scare to stay unbeaten

Malik Rosier passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another and No. 3 Miami survived a dazzling passing display by Virginia quarterback Kurt Benkert for a 44-28 victory Saturday.

"We were just talking about it on the sideline, that we needed a turnover, we needed a stop, we needed to get some momentum going", Johnson said.

The Hurricanes (10-0, 7-0 ACC) twice fell behind by two touchdowns but scored 30 consecutive points and stretched their winning streak to 15 games.

Offensive lineman KC McDermott had a front-row seat - from the bench with his fellow offensive linemen. "But once we got going, we got going".

Jaquan Johnson had an interception return for a touchdown for Miami (10-0, 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 3 CFP), which went on a 30-0 run in the second half to remain unbeaten.

The game started at noon, and it wasn't until 2:21 p.m. that Benkert took aim at a receiver and missed. Benkert was 5-for-5 for 70 yards and a score on the nine-play scoring drive that covered 75 yards. It was just to the wrong team.

(5) WISCONSIN 24, (19) MI 10: Alex Hornibrook's 24-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Taylor in third quarter broke open a defensive slugfest, Kendric Pryor scored on an end-around and Wisconsin (11-0, 8-0 Big Ten) beat MI (8-3, 5-3) at Madison, Wisconsin. Rosier and Travis Homer had touchdown runs in the final 4:03 to close it out for Miami.

Homer, who rushed for 96 yards, became the Canes' first offensive player to wear the turnover chain. Him making that play, it was normal for us.

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"We had plenty of chances, " Mendenhall said.

The Miami Hurricanes have flirted with disaster against ACC foes all season, and Saturday was no different.

No. 11 TCU 27, Texas Tech 3: True freshman quarterback Shawn Robinson ran for 84 yards and threw a key second-half touchdown in his first career start to help TCU (9-2, 6-2) to stay in contention for a spot in the Big 12 championship game.

(4) CLEMSON 61, THE CITADEL 3: Kelly Bryant threw for 230 yards and three touchdowns, and was out of the game before halftime as Clemson (10-1), at home, comfortably remained in the playoff race with a win over The Citadel (5-6).

The 9-0 Hurricanes are coming off their biggest win of the season, a 41-8 beat down against Notre Dame last week.

No. 8 Ohio State 52, IL 14: Ohio State scored on its first six possessions - including J.T. Barrett's 100th career touchdown pass - and the Buckeyes (9-2, 7-1) wrapped up the Big Ten East title.

The Cavaliers are 6-4 and have lost three of their last four games.

The Hurricanes added a 44-yard field goal by Badgley with 21 seconds left to enter the fourth quarter with 31-28 lead they wouldn't relinquish. McKenzie Milton threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score and No. 15 Central Florida (10-0, 7-0) defeated Temple (5-6, 3-4) 45-19.

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