2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- Miami QB N'Kosi Perry to start vs. Virginia
- Miami senior LB McCloud to redshirt this season
- Sideline bling: Miami adds TD rings to TO chain
- UM suspends Ivey; UF bans Stewart, 3 others
N'Kosi Perry threw for a touchdown on the opening drive and ran for another with 2:31 remaining, and Miami knocked off No. 20 Virginia 17-9 on Friday night.
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Miami will start N'Kosi Perry at quarterback for the injured Jarren Williams in Friday's home game against No. 20 Virginia. Williams suffered an apparent shoulder injury in last week's loss to Virginia Tech.
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College football's superpowers had the week off, and it looked like a quiet day filled with blowouts and turnovers until SMU pulled off a 21-point comeback to win in triple overtime.
Deshawn McClease's 3-yard run with 1:03 remaining capped a wild back-and-forth final few minutes and gave Virginia Tech a 42-35 win over Miami on Saturday, in a game where the Hokies wasted a 28-point lead.
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Sparingly used senior linebacker Zach McCloud of Miami has chosen to redshirt this season and save his final year of eligibility for 2020.
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Jarren Williams passed for 250 yards and a touchdown, DeeJay Dallas ran for another score and Miami got past Central Michigan 17-12 on Saturday.