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QB Rocco rallies Virginia past Miami, 41-40
Johnson followed with his big return to tie the score at 14, and Sims came on at quarterback as part of London’s rotation. He led the team on a 52-yard march, capped by his 6-yard run to make it 21-14.
Morris hooked up with Hurns from 12 yards to tie the game at 21 on the first play of the second quarter, and the Hurricanes got a break when Virginia tailback Perry Jones unwisely threw a halfback option pass into double coverage and Brandon McGee intercepted and returned it to the Miami 48.
It was the first drive of the game that didn’t end in a touchdown, and when the Cavaliers stopped Miami’s progress at the 13, Jake Wieclaw kicked a 30-yard field goal for Miami’s first lead.
After the wild first half, Walford’s touchdown catch was the only scoring of the third quarter, and Virginia cornerback Maurice Canady kept the Cavaliers in the game when he stripped Morris of the ball as he headed for the end zone on a 22-yard run, and also recovered for Miami’s only turnover of the day.
The Cavaliers’ only first-half drive that didn’t end in a touchdown was ended by a halfback option pass that Perry Jones threw into double coverage and Brandon McGee intercepted and returned 26 yards.
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